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As Many As 3 Million Children Have Gone Without Education Since March: Estimate | Education News

As many as 3 million children in the U.S. haven’t received any education since their schools shuttered in March – a sobering new estimate of the havoc the coronavirus pandemic is wreaking on the country’s most vulnerable students.

“The consequences for these students’ education and well-being are not marginal concerns: They are an emergency,” researchers at Bellwether Education Partners warned in a new report. “The long-term consequences of this crisis are difficult to estimate without seeming hyperbolic.”

Given how difficult reliable information on student learning has been to collect during the pandemic, researchers estimated the total number of students experiencing

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‘Moving Ahead With Adult Ed’ campaign promotes more education opportunities in Bloomington


Julie Williams teaches an English Language Learning class online. “Moving Ahead with Adult Ed” is a collaboration between the Coalition on Adult Basic Education and the National Association of State Directors for Adult Education that began in early October. Julie Williams enseña una clase de inglés en línea. “Moving Ahead with Adult Ed” es una colaboración entre la Coalición de Educación Básica de Adultos y la Asociación Nacional de Directores Estatales de Educación de Adultos que empezó a principios de octubre.

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, Bloomington’s unemployment rate is around 6% after a steep increase

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Letter: Education positions – Anchorage Daily News

My name is Jeffery Mayfield. I live in House District 25, where both Calvin Schrage and Mel Gillis are running for a chance to be our representative. As a parent of a child in our local public schools and a substitute teacher for Anchorage School District (before COVID-19), education is one of the most important things I will be voting on in this coming election. I wanted to talk about these candidates’ records on education.

Gillis says that he supports schools, and uses the evidence that his children and grandchildren attend or attended school here in Anchorage to support this,

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Education Of A Tax Court Judge

In a recent interview Judge Albert Lauber of the United States Tax Court told me that he is a textualist. And you may find what in his education influences his textualism surprising. It was the study of classical languages, particularly Greek. So every time a CPA looks at a Code Section and says

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Teen Hunters Can Now Take Education Requirements Online

ACROSS WISCONSIN— Students of all ages can earn their Wisconsin hunter education safety certification through a single, online-only hunter education course under a temporary change approved by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

The temporary change allows those under age 18 to take the online-only course from Oct.15 through Dec. 31, 2020, according to a media release from the DNR.

Those interested in taking the online-only course who are over 18 years of age may continue to do so.

As a result of the pandemic, the DNR reviewed the available methods for delivering hunter education. A survey of volunteer

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