As students and teachers anxiously prepare to return to college campuses during a pandemic, some of them are buzzing about a letter a private dorm operator wrote to the state Board of Regents calling on Georgia State University and other schools not to limit the number of students staying in dormitories this fall due to the coronavirus.
Online instruction is hard, right? Well there's a teacher—a chef, actually—who appears to have cracked the code. She says her cooking classes for kids work better now than when they were in person.
Some schools in Georgia opened this week for in person instruction. Pictures showing students shoulder-to-shoulder in hallways and several positive coronavirus tests all suggest a difficult Fall.
A look at testing, the role of student social behavior and the impact of domestic travel restrictions/quarantine requirements.
Many colleges are doing remote learning, and much of a college's budget depends on income from students being on campus. Colleges must change how they work, and some may even close.
Some schools are choosing to be remote-only this fall, while others have already reopened. NPR looks at the science and education issues facing families, states and educators as classes resume.
As schools weigh the risks of reopening, many are making plans to lower the risks of coronavirus transmission. Here's how to vet your school's proposals.
A new national poll of teachers from NPR/Ipsos finds broad trepidation about returning to the classroom, with 77% of those surveyed worried about risking their own health.
The same day a second-grade class was quarantined because a student tested positive for COVID-19, parents of a kindergarten class in the same district were asked to keep students home Wednesday.
Colorado State said it was taking "extremely seriously" accusations that players had been warned against reporting possible symptoms of the coronavirus.
Over 30 students at Mercer University have tested positive for COVID-19.
Postings for entry-level positions popular with new college grads fell by 73%, compared with before COVID-19 hit. And for those in the class of 2020 who have landed jobs, it's been a strange journey.
Nearly 1,000 graduate students and supporters from across the state are calling for changes to the University System of Georgia’s reopening plans.
Two suburban Atlanta school districts that began in-person classes Monday with mask-optional policies face more questions about COVID-19 safety protocols after on-campus pictures showed students packed shoulder-to-shoulder.
Some states face record-breaking deficits because of the coronavirus pandemic. We asked local reporters across the country to tell us what could be on the chopping block in your state.