Tag Archives: Covid-19

Tonight: How can we bridge the digital and health divide for students of color during the pandemic?

Expert panelists from the National Medical Association and the NAACP will share their ideas in a free webinar taking place Thursday, Oct. 29. The discussion will be moderated by the University of Kentucky College of Education’s Dr. Gregory Vincent, executive director of the college’s Education and Civil Rights Initiative in collaboration with the NAACP. The initiative is based in the Department of Educational Policy

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What will COVID 19 bring for Education in Fall?

COVID 19 is radically impacting education. Sharing a few resources and thoughts that may be helpful as we consider education in the midst of a pandemic. I joined WWL LIVE today to discuss. Contributed to an article on MarketWatch considering the impact of COVID 19. View this post on Instagram K-12 schools’ potential new normal could also exacerbate existing inequalities

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Advice for Parents: Talking to Kids About COVID-19

Below is a blog post from the University of Kentucky College of Education Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology’s Candace Hargons about best practices when talking to your kids about COVID-19. In these unprecedented and trying times, most of us are having to manage our own fears and concerns about how we want to live through the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A field engagement strategy for COVID-19: How to adapt teacher education in this crisis environment

Our University of Kentucky College of Education leadership team has been communicating nearly around the clock via meetings, texts, calls etc. the last few weeks to respond to the Covid-19 crisis. Our leaders, faculty and staff have sought to be innovative to address the challenges of teacher education in this crisis. Margaret Mohr-Schroeder, UK College of Education Professor & Associate

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