This is how NoVA county schools are planning to teach this fall
From twice-weekly, in-person learning to virtual lessons, this is what the 2020-2021 school year is expected to look like in Northern Virginia.
DC-based Explore! releases new family program, Sandbox
With over 100 activities for kids already on the website, the Sandbox will continue to evolve as a resource for parents this summer.
Purcellville high school teacher Addie Schafer on distance learning and COVID-19’s impact on education
English and drama teacher Addie Schafer was looking forward to finishing out the school year with the student musical. Then coronavirus pulled the curtain.
10 mantras to live by right now, according to local yoga instructors
In times of crisis, we all need words of wisdom to keep us sane. Here, six NoVA-based instructors share the mantras they’re using to inspire yogis right now.
The school year is about to end. Here’s how to keep your kids learning through the summer.
Ileana Rios of Beech Tree Elementary School, a veteran educator for over 18 years, shares why it’s important to keep your students engaged and enriched throughout the summer.
Fairfax teacher shares her experience with online learning during the pandemic
Claudia Romeo was in her first year teaching before COVID-19 cut it short. Here, she shares her experience teaching her fourth grade class virtually.