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Computer glitches disrupt classes as schools return online

MIAMI — As millions of American youngsters start the school year with online classes at home because of the coronavirus, they are running into technical glitches and other headaches that have thrust many a harried parent into the role of teacher’s aide and tech support person. A ransomware attack forced schools in Hartford, Connecticut, to… Read More »

CDC guidelines for schools reopening puts heavy emphasis on having students back in classroom

A general view of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Edward R. Roybal campus in Atlanta, Georgia on April 23, 2020. Tami Chappell | AFP | Getty Images With some school districts just weeks away from the start of the academic year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released long-awaited guidelines for reopening with a… Read More »

Top audiology schools in the United States

If you love science and have a desire to help people hear better, you may want to investigate a career in audiology. Audiologists diagnose and treat hearing impairment and balance disorders in people of all ages and usually work in a hospital, physician’s office or audiology clinic. Audiologists need a master’s or doctoral degree and… Read More »

School’s out in more states to slow virus

Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia have moved to close schools to most students while the two largest states eye a full lockdown of daily life as they battle to slow the spread of coronavirus. The moves come as two more Australians die from coronavirus, taking the nation’s toll to 11. Leaders in Queensland, SA… Read More »

Harvard Chan School’s SHINE aims to help employees flourish

What good is a sustainable environment if it leaves people unhappy, unhealthy, and broke? As the calls for sustainability practices grew louder in recent years, Eileen McNeely thought the conversations were ignoring that important point. Too close a focus on the environment — and on the starvation, disease, and heat stroke that climate change is… Read More »