In May, the railroad closed a mechanical shop, costing Guernsey nearly 90 jobs. Then Gov. Gordon proposed closing a military school that employs 41 people.
When the pandemic is over, writes retired teacher Asta Bowen, let’s look not only at what society needs from schools, but also at what the young truly need from us.
As the start of the academic year looms, some are wary about districts’ opening plans and whether they will protect students, employees and larger communities.
Abuse and neglect numbers are down, writes Department of Family services Director Korin Schmidt, but likely because of underreporting. Here’s what you can do to help families in crisis.
Across the state, administrators, teachers and parents work to ensure students are connected during an extended schools shutdown.