Today’s Solutions: July 25, 2024

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4 lessons the pandemic has taught us about online learning

As we reflect on the pandemic it’s easy to pick out the overwhelming negatives that we faced. One of these hardships was online schooling where millions took to their computers to learn digitally. Overnight, institutions had to scramble to keep education running, providing not just an online Read More...

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Children learn better when they bond with their teachers

Most of us can remember at least one teacher who changed our lives for the better, guiding us on the path to our true passion or maybe just making us feel heard at a hard time. Chances are that this life-changing teacher wasn’t a stern disciplinarian and instead showed us kindness and trust. This Read More...

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Report: To improve education in developing countries, invest in teachers

When it comes to education interventions in developing countries, we have an enormous wealth of research studying the effects of these interventions. The only problem is there hasn’t been a proper comparison of these programs that might show which interventions work best. In a new report from Read More...

Grandmother’s Day:  A chance

Grandmother’s Day: A chance to show what grandmas have to give

In an effort to preserve the knowledge and skills of grandparents, famous Irish chef Darina Allen launched Slow Food International Grandmother’s Day, to be celebrated every April 25th. Sanra Ritten | May 2009 issue Is Grandmother’s Day just a ploy to persuade people to buy grandmothers Read More...