No homework policy should be implemented in schools
Millions of schoolchildren and university students are back in class, virtually or otherwise. Schools are reopening with strict coronavirus rules. Some schools in Europe and East Asia seem to have successfully relaxed social-distancing rules ; others have reopened only to close again as infections spiked. Universities are struggling even more than schools. Dorms and student socializing seem to be natural habitats for the virus. One thing is certain: COVID has unleashed a revolution in digital learning that could disrupt academia forever.
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An LPTV station group has asked the FCC to consider the benefits of datacasting via over-the-air broadcasting when doling out funds for the Emergency Connectivity Fund for educational devices and connections. The fund is designed to help promote and enhance broadband connectivity for rural and low-income households needing remote education services. Specifically, the FCC asked for feedback on what types of devices should be subsidized, the bandwidth speeds and who would qualify. In response, ARK Multicasting, one of the largest low power TV operators in the United States, told the commission that it should consider the value of datacasting over-the-air as a valid and cost-effective method for providing remote education. ARK manages licenses and construction permits covering approximately million people one-third of the US population across 40 states with a strong presence outside of major metropolitan areas, and has been active in developing technology for ATSC 3. In fact, these datacasting initiatives reach the most vulnerable students caught in the homework gap—the , households across the United States where Internet access is never available for educational purposes. As a result, datacasting is an important distance learning solution for students in areas without any internet access or providers.
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Could public preschool benefit your children? The school districts in Georgia and New York do, and they subsequently have created a universal preschool curriculum for four-year-old students. The goal in providing subsidized public preschool for low-income families is to provide a stable environment for young children during a crucial age of development.