(StatePoint) Students are the greatest hope for the future, but for many, their plans are threatened due to burdens posed by COVID-19. Here are just a few of the issues students and families face today, and steps being taken to address these concerns:
As schools transition back to in‑person learning, you and your kids may be facing some anxiety regarding the COVID‑19 pandemic. Tune in and learn how to teach your child to navigate these unprecedented times — both at school and at home — at our upcoming Parental Guidance (PG) seminar, a virtual initiative hosted by UHealth Jackson Children’s Care and Miami Mom Collective. Our panel will offer valuable tips to help you and your family adapt to this “new normal.”
The University of the West Indies has launched a campaign aimed at assisting students affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, adding it will use August as “Global Giving” month at the Caribbean tertiary institution.
Hundreds of Caribbean nationals studying in the United States were last month spared removal from the country when the administration of President Donald Trump - buckling under mounting criticism - abruptly reversed an earlier decision requiring international students to personally attend classes during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Broward Health caregivers and leaders share their advice for studentsas they start school.
Caribbean nationals, like other students in the United States, have been bombarded with mixed messages about returning to school during the time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
A seven-year-old female student was barred from attending a primary school in Jamaica, allegedly because she wore dreadlocks.