College Cancellation Insurance

What happens if you have to leave college early? Do you get a refund for the unused tuition and fees? College insurance provider GradGuard has some answers.

In fact, one out of four students who enroll in college, don’t complete their degree. As a result, college families can benefit…

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How to Address Student Trauma During and After Distance Learning

Every teacher in every school has students who have experienced or are living with trauma in their lives – and that trauma may be escalating with distance learning.

Learn4Life, a network of charter schools that focuses on at-risk students, emphasizes the need to support students’ social-emotional health and help…

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New Survey Shows Parents' Top Challenges with Online Learning

Millions of students and teachers have had to adjust to learning from home in the last few weeks, which means that parents have had to adjust too. To check in on how parents are doing, Canvas, the learning management platform made by Instructure, commissioned a survey to learn more…

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Serving Safe Meals to Students Stuck at Home

There are over 30 million children nationwide who rely heavily on school meals for their basic nutrition every day.

Food safety training company SchoolFoodHandler.com has developed a first-in-the nation set of Standard Operating Procedures for schools who are now serving breakfasts and lunch in a never before…

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Three Tips to Reduce Test Stress from Sal Khan

Whether you’re prepping for a biology exam, taking the SAT or studying for the LSAT, it’s natural to feel some stress. But there are simple steps you can take to manage exam anxiety and reduce test jitters.

In a new video released today, Sal Khan, founder…

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