Idaho Education News
Kentucky Schools Face Challenges Transitioning to Online Teaching during a Pandemic
Rebecca Potter has been a teacher in Letcher County, Kentucky, for 29 years, but she’s never had a school year quite like this one. Like most teachers across the country, she has been teaching her students remotely, with the aid of educational software like Google Classroom. But that transition has not been an easy one. The post Kentucky Schools Face Challenges Transitioning to Online Teaching during a Pandemic appeared first on Daily Yonder.
Commentary: Urgently Needed – A Racial Equity Approach to Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution
Six states—Delaware, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia—report Covid-19 vaccination data by race. A recent analysis of the data revealed that “white people so far have gotten most of the Covid-19 shots” in all six states. Notably, North Carolina reportedly has the widest race and ethnic disparity in vaccination administration. According to the state’s The post Commentary: Urgently Needed – A Racial Equity Approach to Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution appeared first on Daily Yonder.
Commentary: 5 Ways Biden Can Help Rural America Thrive and Bridge the Rural-Urban Divide
This story was originally published by The Conversation. It’s no secret that rural and urban people have grown apart culturally and economically in recent years. A quick glance at the media – especially social media – confirms an ideological gap has also widened. City folks have long been detached from rural conditions. Even in the 1700s, urbanites labeled rural The post Commentary: 5 Ways Biden Can Help Rural America Thrive and Bridge the Rural-Urban Divide appeared first on Daily Yonder.