Railroad safety is important year round, and the week of September 21-27 was designated rail safety week. According to Operation Lifesaver, “The goal of Rail Safety Week is to raise awareness of the need for rail safety education and empower the general public to keep themselves safe near highway-rail grade crossings and railroad rights-of-way. Join […]
Taylor Community Library is making it even easier to use the library from home with their new mobile app. Your favorite books, movies, and more are only a tap away. The app allows users to: Find and reserve items from over 60 different area libraries Renew items that are currently checked out Check out items […]
A new national effort asks K-12 schools to voluntarily – and anonymously – report their confirmed and suspected coronavirus cases, along with the safety strategies they’re using. The COVID-19 School Response Dashboard was created with the help of several national education organizations. Currently it only shows data for a small fraction of students in the […]
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Considering the abundance of online education resources available, any one article that intends to compile them is likely to be incomplete. For a broader look, staff at NewSchools Venture Fund, a nonprofit philanthropy organization, have developed a list of online learning resources that offers more than 40 options across learning content and curricula, teaching tools […]