Last month, the U.S. marked one full year since the COVID-19 pandemic came to our shores. The costs of this unprecedented public health emergency are all too clear.
While all American students faced significant challenges, with their academic lives and norms upended overnight, military kids added the challenge of COVID-19 to the pile of everyday challenges they face simply by being part of a military family.
Thanks to new data by VA Disability law firm Hill & Ponton, we have a clearer picture of how the pandemic has affected some veterans’ mental health.
Learning how to design, build, fix and fly a drone requires the application of all aspects of a STEAM education. In this episode, how teaching drone technology as part of a STEAM education program supports students’ real-world use of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematic knowledge.
The argument for reparations is more complex than some people may think. It is not only an argument for justice, but for justice given and then taken away.
Recently there have been signs of “trouble in paradise” when Jordan, which has been a stable and relatively havoc-free country, witnessed a rare drama unfold.
“Trust in journalism is complex, has a long and storied history, and has unfortunately aligned with the political landscape of today.”
Should law enforcement be the first responders to those having mental health crises? Is there an alternative to sending police officers on 911 mental health calls?
Yesterday the UK Government officially established Space Command, its Joint Command of the British Army, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force and the Civil Service with a mission to understand and monitor the domain of Space.