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Early Learning in the News: February 8, 2021

Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry!

4 Easy, Everyday Ways To Teach Your Kids About Representation

How parents can help their children understand and appreciate diversity.

Fun Valentine’s Day crafts for kids + #win

Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to get crafty with the kids. There are so many super cute Valentine’s Day crafts for kids which are fun and easy to do, and let’s face it…this year we need all the distraction we can get!

A Spike in Cheating Since the Move to Remote?

New research finds jump in number of questions submitted to "homework help" website Chegg after start of pandemic, an increase the authors say is very likely linked to rise in cheating.

What Has The COVID-19 Pandemic Really Done To Toddler Development?

Some kids have lived half of their lives during COVID-19. What impact do early childhood development experts think that isolation will have on them?

20 Signs You’re Actually Making A Difference As A Teacher

How can you know if you’re really making a difference as a teacher? You plan. You assess. You network. You collaborate.

Here are the states allowing teachers to get Covid-19 vaccines

As the debate rages over when it's safe for children to resume in-person classes, 24 states plus Washington, DC are allowing some or all of their teachers and school staff to receive Covid-19 vaccines.

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