According to data reported to the CDC, 121 children died from COVID-19 between February and July of this year. And 78% of the children who died were Hispanic, Black or Native American.
Write postcards on a weekly basis. Go for scenic drives. Schedule virtual TV time. Use family history as a topic for virtual lessons.
Soumana Saley has a passion for leather crafts — and for education. But the pandemic has presented challenges as he builds his reputation and his school in Niger.
Child care centers are struggling to keep their doors open during the pandemic. Many say they're facing the double challenges of losing customers and new safety regulations.
One America is living in a housing boom. The other needs support from the government or family for an affordable place to live.
School meals are the only meals some children get in a day. But during the pandemic, school feeding programs have been reaching fewer and fewer families.
Three experts share advice on how to help the older people in our lives — parents, grandparents, neighbors, relatives, friends — feel comfortable and safe in the pandemic.
TikTok is known as an app where kids show off dance moves. We meet a woman from Nebraska who has become an improbable star, the "Mom of TikTok."
Otis Reddings’ widow and daughter remember the legendary musician and reflect on carrying his legacy forward through a new picture book, ‘Respect’
Kenosha residents lament the violence and destruction that left swaths of their city damaged or destroyed, but many understand the anger over biased policing and wide racial inequities that led to it.
Small groups of students, organized at the local level, may offer a more equitable alternative to "pandemic pods." But they're far from universally accessible.
People can spend months recovering from COVID-19 and sometimes have lasting disabilities. That is especially hard for undocumented people, who often are in high-risk jobs without health insurance.
The learning curve for families and educators this year is a big one. We hear from the Munoz family in Las Vegas about what their first week of remote school was like.
Despite high unemployment, a severe recession and economic uncertainty, the housing market is on a tear. Sales are booming, and prices hit a record high. Low rates and remote work are driving factors.