In the pivot to face COVID-19, colleges and universities made sweeping changes to existing online learning programs. What might the future of higher education look like, and how do students harness it to make the most of online instruction?
How to maximize your learning — and minimize your college debt — amid the Covid-19 epidemic.
You can (and should!) still make your voice heard this year—it’ll just take a little more planning.
Parents.com has heard that public school teachers across the country are being offered a lot more money to teach kids privately during the pandemic. While it can mean potentially safer conditions for teachers, education advocates are concerned about what it means for low-income students.
If you want to make the most of your time social distancing, try these quarantine hobbies.
High art, great music, classic sports and more are now free during the pandemic.
The IRS has extended the tax filing deadline from April 15 to July 15. This is what it means for you and your business.
The effects of the coronavirus on the world economy will not be fully understood for months, years or perhaps even decades. Learn which industries may be the most impacted and what some are doing to try to help.
The weight of COVID-19 is being felt well beyond the health care industry. The closings of schools and child care centers is already impacting family budgets and any businesses that deal directly or indirectly with child care.