Teaching in a Post-COVID World
Practically overnight, in spring of 2020, nearly every school teacher in America became an online teacher - whether they had ever taught online, whether they had ever had online education training, whether or not they had any idea what Zoom meant. That was just one effect of the COVID-19/novel coronavirus pandemic, a rapidly spreading illness . . .
A Guide To Taking A Gap Year
Is taking some time off before college right for you?
Many students are coping with the “new normal” as expectations of traditional college life fade away in the age of a global pandemic. Some universities may not open campuses in the fall and continue classes on a digital platform. The schools that do open will have a new look and feel with social distancing practices. . . .
Coronavirus and the LSAT: An Interview with the LSAC
How the Covid-19 Pandemic is changing the LSAT exam
The LSAT exam is one of the critical parts of the law school admissions process. However, the recent pandemic connected to Covid-19 has created confusion as to the administration of the test. In response to a number of concerns, the LSAC--the administering organization of the exam--has created an online version of the exam that provides . . .