Honoring the Military Service of Native Americans
Myths and Facts About the Home Healthcare Nursing Industry
(StatePoint) Washington, D.C. is a city filled with monuments and memorials celebrating those whose life’s work was in service to the nation. Some of the most visited memorials in the city honor veterans and the sacrifices they have made in service to the United States.
New Research Sheds Light on How People Are Taking Civic Action
(StatePoint) The last few years have put immense pressure on nurses to work longer, harder and with less staff. New research suggests that many nurses feel unseen, undervalued and unsupported, wondering if it’s worth it.
Creative Teens Have a Chance to Win College Scholarships
(StatePoint) New research is offering insights into how the world can recover and rebuild from the pandemic, along with how individuals and organizations can address issues they care about in their communities.
Helping Schools and Students Recover From Pandemic Challenges
(StatePoint) An annual scholarship contest is once again helping creative teens pay their college expenses. Here’s what to know:
Great Gear to Help Babies Meet Developmental Milestones
(StatePoint) Over the past two years, public schools have faced continual disruptions brought about by COVID-19. Experts say that federal relief funds have given the nation a one-time opportunity to learn from the experience and to focus recovery efforts and resources on delivering high-quality instruction and support for students in ways that will accelerate their learning and meet their social and emotional needs.
5 Fun Ways to Keep Kids Busy After School
(StatePoint) As most new parents quickly learn, babies are constantly examining their surroundings and taking in the world around them, especially during play time. That’s why it’s so important that you have toys on hand to help them meet their developmental milestones. Here are a few to consider:
5 Ways to Get Kids Excited About STEM Learning
(StatePoint) While television and video games are classic after school staples, there are better, more fun ways to keep kids busy in the afternoons. Here are five fun ideas to try:
Fun Kids' Gift Ideas for Special Occasions
(StatePoint) The events of the past couple of years have shown how important scientists are to making the world a better and safer place.
How Support Systems Are Failing Millions of American Children
(StatePoint) Celebrating a birthday or another special occasion? Check out these fun and engaging gift ideas that promote learning and creativity:
Graduating This Spring? Reasons to Consider a Home Healthcare Career
(StatePoint) At a time when the economic impacts of COVID-19 are making it hard for many families to afford healthy food and safe housing, and ever-changing work and school schedules are making their logistics hard to juggle, a new report finds that inequities in the system are further exacerbating these issues for millions of American children.
Tips to Keep Young Minds Active Over Spring Break
(StatePoint) Those graduating in the spring of 2022 and other job seekers should take note -- industry experts say that not only are home healthcare caregivers needed more now than ever before, but this industry offers many rewarding career paths.
5 Ways to Rev Up Learning Fun With Toy Vehicles
(StatePoint) No matter the length of a vacation, students often have some catching up to do upon their return to school. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Check out these five spring break ideas that will keep young minds active and engaged, for a smooth transition back to the classroom.
7 Steps to Take After Receiving College Financial Aid Award Letters
(StatePoint) Vroom, vroom! There’s no doubt about it. Toy vehicles are fun to play with. They’re colorful, interactive and let kids imagine exciting worlds beyond the playroom. They can also be a great way for little ones to learn new things. Here are five ways to rev up the learning fun at home with toy vehicles:
Teaching Children How to Protect Birds in Your Backyard
(StatePoint) Perhaps even more nerve-wracking than waiting for your child’s college acceptance letters is learning whether they’ve been awarded financial aid. This is the piece of the puzzle that tells you how much it will really cost, and ultimately, whether a particular school is within your budget.
Beat Burnout With These Playful Tips
(StatePoint) Part of being a good environmental steward is passing on this wisdom to the next generation. Here are three hands-on ways parents and grandparents can teach children to protect the birds in their very own backyard.
Tools and Strategies to Help Your Student Learn From Anywhere
(StatePoint) For many, the additional isolation and never-ending uncertainty of the past couple years has led to mental fatigue and burnout. Experts say that no matter your age, turning to play instead of social media can help you feel more like yourself again.
(StatePoint) With school districts in flux as the pandemic continues to evolve, students, parents and teachers have had to roll with the punches in order to adapt. Here are three ways to ensure your student thrives during this unusual school year.