We’re highlightingthe schools that have popped uparound the world within thehomeand the teacherswhohave had to adapt.Members of ourTime Timerteamshare howteachershave been helping their children transition to learningathome andwhatthey appreciatemoreabout teachers because of this experience.
With many schools closed due to COVID-19, there has been renewed (and much deserved!) appreciation for educators and everything they do to support our young people. We’re pleased to share the third post in our School Spotlight series, and here we shine a bright light on the Maryland School for the Blind in Baltimore.
This is the second post in our series featuring amazing schools around the country, and we’re taking a deeper look at the Springer School and Center in Cincinnati. It’s focused on helping children with learning disabilities reach their full potentials. Read on to find out what makes the school so special.
As part of a new series, we’re shining a bright light on amazing schools. First, up, Take Two Film Academy in Manhattan. It’s a youth filmmaking and media literacy program where instructors bring filmmaking into existing classroom curriculum for everyone from second graders to high schoolers.