2020 has brought “unprecedented times,” but has it taken away all the magic? I am Tricia Scott, owner of Visit Mickey Vacations and I went to Walt Disney World for
“Baby steps still move us forward” is one of my favorite quotes. I think of it a lot because I usually like things to move fast. I’m not
With the advent of inclusion in special education over the last few decades have come integrated preschool programs with a typical peer model. These programs, which many school districts
Despite recovering from cancer, Noah Lifka, 9, is still in the high-risk category. His family shares how others can help families like theirs during the pandemic.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio will provide in-person help for kids in digital-only education environments by creating at least 11 school-day learning centers in Clubs across the
Trekking to school, though it may look dramatically different this year, is a time-honored ritual that helps children build relationships, confidence and connection.
As the school year ended without picnics and parties, I thought “never again.” As in, “I never again want to experience online school.” I wasn’t alone. Through text messages,