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As Colombia enters its eighth week of coronavirus lockdown, street vendor Luis Duarte worries that his teenage daughter might not finish her school year now that her classes have moved online.
Many US schools have stopped taking attendance since the Covid-19 pandemic forced classes online, but one South Florida district has remained committed to the scholastic task, saying it is a way to keep students safe and productive while learning at home.
Time on your hands and a love of anime? A producer from Japan’s Studio Ghibli is offering an online tutorial for drawing one of its most beloved characters: Totoro.
Beijing adopts smart wristbands for real-time fever detection of students as schools reopen after coronavirus lockdown
Temperature statistics collected by the wristbands are uploaded to smartphone apps via Bluetooth. Students in their final year of senior high resumed classes on April 27 and received the wristbands after the Labour Day holiday.
Temperature-monitoring bracelets that alert an app if a student has a fever were being trialled at Beijing schools on Monday – China's latest use of high-tech to track its population's possible exposure to the novel coronavirus.
Making connections, grappling with misinformation: How Gen Z is using social media during the pandemic
Using social media helps Gen Z to cope with misinformation.
The cost of a university education in the United States has long been eye-watering, with a year costing tens of thousands of dollars.
Britain was poised on Monday to roll out a new smartphone tracing app for coronavirus on an island off England's south coast, as the country looks to ease a six-week nationwide lockdown.
Canada will invest C$240mil (RM734.32mil) to develop virtual care and mental health tools for residents to better cope with the consequences of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday.
They wanted the campus experience, but their colleges sent them home to learn online during the coronavirus pandemic. Now, students at more than 25 US universities are filing lawsuits against their schools demanding partial refunds on tuition and campus fees, saying they’re not getting the caliber of education they were promised.