Virtual Learning is Over – What’s Next For Schools?

As schools move out of online learning and transition to hybrid education –a level of open-ness where some students are in-person and some continue to participate via Zoom–virtual students are facing more and more challenges connecting with their peers. Students who are on a screen can’t connect with their peer at all if the restContinue reading “Virtual Learning is Over – What’s Next For Schools?”

Atlanta, Anti-Asian Violence, and Action

Two weeks ago on March 16, 2021, eight people, across 3 Atlanta massage parlors, were killed in a hateful mass shooting. Of the eight killed, seven were women, and of the seven, six were Asian. The past year has seen minority communities face some of their highest and lowest points in the nation’s history. Fear,Continue reading “Atlanta, Anti-Asian Violence, and Action”

COVID-19 and Racial Inequality

“The Black Wealth Gap” by The Week Staff focuses on the well-known issue of the wealth gap between black Americans and white Americans. Not only does the article delve into commonly discussed problems, but it also goes a step further by describing the innate racial tensions that underlie these issues.  “The pandemic is falling onContinue reading “COVID-19 and Racial Inequality”