Una guía de recursos para la educación en las escuelas de Montbello y Denver
Durante un panel de discusión presentado por Chalkbeat Colorado y los defensores de Montbello Power, los padres, maestros y expertos opinarán sobre cómo las escuelas pueden enseñar mejor a los estudiantes a leer.co.chalkbeat.org
People hospitalized after salmonella outbreak reported in Michigan, 34 other states
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating an outbreak of salmonella infections in 35 states, including Michigan. The CDC said there have been at least 419 confirmed cases associated with the outbreak with 66 hospitalizations and no deaths. No food source has been identified as a cause of the outbreak, the CDC said. Most people infected with Salmonella experience diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps. Prevention tipsTo prevent the spread of Salmonella, the CDC has the following tips:mlive.com
El virus de COVID devastó a muchas familias latinas. Durante el Mes de la Herencia Hispana, cuéntanos de qué manera la comunidad escolar te brindó apoyo.
Read in English. El 15 de septiembre marca el comienzo del Mes de la Herencia Hispana, y este año coincide con el regreso de muchas escuelas de Estados Unidos a un nuevo año académico después de...chalkbeat.org
CDC: Unvaccinated, unmasked teacher caused community-wide outbreak in California
An unvaccinated elementary school teacher in California infected more than half of her students with COVID-19, ultimately resulting in a community-wide outbreak in Marin County, a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found. Why it matters: The outbreak, which took place in May, highlights the stakes surrounding a debate across the U.S. among school districts considering implementing stricter measures to curb the spread of the virus, like universal masking in schools. Stay onews.yahoo.com
How a Metro Detroit business shifted gears, came through during a crisis
Archer Corporate Services in Belleville were already a supplier to General Motors, but early in the pandemic, the automaker called up and requested their help in manufacturing ventilators. They cleared out their lobby and went to work seven-days-a-week.
Indonesian Muslims mark grim Eid amid devastating virus wave
Muslims across Indonesia are marking a grim Eid al-Adha festival for a second year as the country struggles to cope with a devastating new wave of coronavirus cases and the government has banned large gatherings and toughened travel restrictionswashingtonpost.com
Para estos estudiantes, el dolor de la pandemia resultó en activismo. Esto es lo que dicen que debería pasar ahora.
Read in English. Dashawn Sheffield, estudiante de tercer año de escuela superior en Newark, tiene su propio soundtrack para representar los duros meses de pandemia que pasó. Es Mariah Carey. "La...chalkbeat.org
Esta nativa de Newark vio la necesidad tener maestros de educación especial bilingües. Y regresó a casa para responder al llamado.
Cuando Mily Cepeda regresó a Newark para dar clases en 2019, sintió que era un importante regreso a sus raíces. "Había estado en Florida dando clases, pero seguía sintiendo que tenía que volver a...newark.chalkbeat.org
Dangerous outbreak of tornadoes expected
Dangerous outbreak of tornadoes expected The month of March is known for its extremely volatile weather, as warm spring conditions battle to replace the cold of winter. When and where the collision between the two meet, severe weather and tornadoes are bound to emerge. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano with the forecast.cbsnews.com
IHSA doctor says high school basketball could happen in Illinois if players wear masks
“We have yet to see an outbreak, if you will, from football,” he said. “(In) basketball, I believe, the contact is going to be as close as it is in football. So in the absence of any evidence to the contrary, I believe the decision in most cases is in favor of these young athletes playing.”chicagotribune.com
Ebola outbreak "definitely not under control"
Ebola outbreak "definitely not under control" Concerns are growing about the spread of the deadly Ebola virus and whether it could reach the U.S. Stephan Monroe, deputy director of the CDC's National Center for Emerging & Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, says the outbreak that's already killed hundreds in West Africa is a long way from over.cbsnews.com