The Financial Express
4/1/20—One thing is clear about the COVID-19 pandemic, as stock markets tumble, schools and universities close, people stockpile supplies and home becomes a different and crowded space: this is not just a health issue.
Thomson Reuters Foundation News
4/1/20—Solving health emergencies like the coronavirus demands the best minds the world has to offer – including women.
4/1/20—”Fat girls don’t flip fast,” the gymnastics coach I had throughout elementary and early middle school told us as she explained how to get enough height in our tumbling passes.
3/31/20—Women, especially in business and STEM-related fields, are frequently interrupted in meetings when they share noteworthy ideas and valuable information.
3/30/20—Tens of millions of students are dealing with massive upheaval to their educations and daily lives with their schools shuttered indefinitely to thwart the spread of the coronavirus.
3/30/20—With schools shut down across America, K-12 teachers faced with a question many likely thought they’d never have to ask: When and how often during the school day do my students need to see me?
3/28/20—In 2020, Women’s History Month comes amid a time of social upheaval and global fear over the coronavirus pandemic and resulting political turmoil.
3/27/20—Gender is often an ignored factor during health emergencies, even though women comprise 70% of the global healthcare workforce. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the most effective policy responses will be those that account for how the crisis is experienced by women and girls.
3/27/20—School closures as a result of COVID-19 present challenges to the continuity of education for children as teachers and parents are scrambling to make sense of what they can support at home.
Real Clear Education
3/27/20—School districts across the country are rushing to replicate their in-person schooling models any way they can, as students and teachers are kept home by lockdowns aimed at slowing the spread of COVID—19.
The New York Times
3/25/20—The U.S. Justice Department is getting involved in a federal civil rights lawsuit that seeks to block transgender athletes in Connecticut from competing as girls in interscholastic sports.
The Hechinger Report
3/25/20—Experts suggest finding other ways to connect, including video conferences and even snail mail.
3/23/20—Right now, I’m a member of a number of music teacher Facebook groups and everyone is scrambling to move their teaching to an online format.
Great YouTube Channels for Middle Schoolers and High Schoolers for Learning From Home During COVID-19 School Closures
3/19/20—Parents who will be homeschooling (temporarily) while schools are closed because of COVID—19 can only do so much to keep kids learning, so do your parents a solid and use this time to find subjects that get you excited!