Education (Page 3)
October 27, 2020
At Eastern State Penitentiary, It’s Less Scaring and More Sharing for Halloween
The sidewalk outside the ivy-filled walls of the old prison on Fairmount Ave. in Philadelphia was lively for a Wednesday night during a pandemic. Across the street, people dined outside at Fare and Urban Saloon. For a moment, the street resembled life before the pandemic.
October 21, 2020
One NYC Teacher on the Joys and Anxieties of Returning to the Classroom
From Clorox wipes to new ways to use tech, a lot has changed about school this year
October 20, 2020
From Bustling to Barren: COVID-19 Comes to Kutztown
Open parking spots on Kutztown’s Main Street are just one example of how dramatically COVID has changed this Pennsylvania college town
October 19, 2020
‘We are going to be okay’: A Child’s Advice for the Pandemic
[Credit: Visura] (STOWE, Vt.) —As a reporter for The Click, I sat down with our six-year-old son Gabo to talk […]
October 13, 2020
The World Needed an LGBTQIA+ Dictionary, So She Wrote One
Chloe O. Davis defines PRIDE in her latest creation.