Educators all over the world are feeling like they are “in limbo,”. Many teachers, caregivers, and students dread more online schooling. It can feel so discouraging to work so...
Burned out, tired, demoralised, at a breaking point.
Daily tutoring for those who are most behind rises to the top in research evaluations
Three suggested steps to help reimagine service-learning in an increasingly virtual world
Participating in sports and other physical activities offers a lot of benefits for children and young people, but consider the risks involved during the pandemic.
Over the last 18 months children around the world have faced restrictions on social interactions and movement due to school closures, social distancing, and covid safety measures. Many children...
To accomplish the lofty learning goals that educators, administrators, and policymakers have for students, we must invest in students' and educators' mental health and social-emotional skills.
While COVID-19 abruptly blew up the class of 2020’s senior year, its effects on this year’s graduating class have been in some ways deeper and more troubling.
We live in a time that may potentially affect the development of social and emotion reasoning.
Because pretending to be OK when you’re not isn’t OK.
How to Support Applications During the Pandemic
Universities around the world have been changing admissions criteria – here's what international schools need to know
Overall, 18 per cent of parents think their child’s behaviour is worse now than before the pandemic.
A year and a half since the COVID-19 pandemic caused unprecedented global school closures, many students have been able to resume in-class learning, but millions have yet to return...
For over a year now, schools have been using quarantines as a means of reducing exposure to COVID-19 to keep kids in classrooms. Now, some are questioning whether it’s...
Teaching has been considered a high-stress job for years. And then the pandemic happened, and everything got worse.
How can countries and schools ensure equity and inclusion in education during school closures?
Keep masks clean and on their faces!
This study investigates the experiences of sixty-one K-12 international educators via nineteen focus groups, contributing to the literature base on pedagogical, leadership and practical strategies needed to support effective...
As the pandemic rolls on, international schools face varying degrees of legal requirements for staff to ensure they are vaccinated.
ISC Specialist Report on how COVID-19 has impacted the wellbeing of staff and students in international schools.
This Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report provides an overview of educational responses from OECD member and partner countries 18 months into the COVID crisis.
While many educators and parents hoped that things would settle down once vaccines were widely available, that doesn't seem to be the case as this survey finds.
The pandemic has had a huge impact on school life, but it needn’t put a stop to school visits.