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Online Tutoring Service Paper offers free, unlimited 24/7 academic support to students

by on October 14, 2021 0

The COVID pandemic has created an environment where academic inequalities have been exposed. “Most consumer-oriented solutions, although relatively inexpensive, are still too expensive for so many families,” says Philip Cutler, CEO of a free online tutoring service called Paper. A survey of school districts across the country before COVID found that 66% of high...

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Lead in water isn’t the only thing that made Flint’s children sick, new document says

by on October 12, 2021 0

School-aged children in Flint, Mich. Experienced a measurable drop in their academic performance as the lead crisis set in there, results that are likely due at least as much to “psychosocial effects.” Of the crisis than to lead himself, according to an article published in October. The people of Flint, a disproportionately black and...

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Reassessing the Child Tax Credit: A Response to the Becker-Friedman Institute

by on October 8, 2021 0

A recent research paper published by the Becker-Friedman Institute challenged the consensus view that the new Child Tax Credit (CTC) program would have limited effects on employment. The authors – Kevin Corinth, Bruce D. Meyer, Matthew Stadnicki, and Derek Wu – use data from the Comprehensive Income Dataset. They find that the CTC expansion...

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Stationery market research and analysis contributes to business growth by 2027

by on October 7, 2021 0

Understanding the influence of COVID-19 on the Stationery market with our analysts monitoring the situation around the world. Global Stationery Market research reports provide a comprehensive forecast of the latest market trends, development patterns, and research methods. Some of the factors which directly affect the market include production strategies and methods, development platforms, and...

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New research in Kosovo highlights link between children’s poor vision and learning and development | Texas

by on October 4, 2021 0

Study highlights link between uncorrected poor vision and children’s potential DALLAS, October 4, 2021 / PRNewswire / – A new study, a collaboration of the Vision Impact Institute, the EdGuard Institute and ESSILOR’s Vision for Life ™ social impact fund, offers new insight into the correlation between uncorrected poor vision and children’s functional, learning...

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