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While a public health necessity, masks challenge our skill in understanding facial expressions, confusing our ability to distinguish disgust from anger or happiness from indifference, several new studies say.

If the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board agrees with the union, CPS’ planned return to in-person learning could go on hold for weeks as the two sides work through their differences.

A flood of new data — on the national, state, and district levels — finds students began this academic year behind. Most of the research concludes students of color and those in high-poverty communities fell further behind their peers, exacerbating long-standing gaps in American education.

As millions of youth nationwide embark on Computer Science Education Week, Google throws an assist to 1,000 Chicago Public Schools students on the South and West sides, with free computers being delivered to their homes.

Check out this blog post from our partners, Chicago Psychotherapy, to learn 20 evidence-based strategies for self-care.

When class resumes, it’ll vary greatly from school to school. Some will be mostly paper packets while others will be mostly online.

The abrupt switch to remote learning wiped out academic gains for many students in America, and widened racial and economic gaps. Catching up in the fall won’t be easy.

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