Forget about making this school year as normal as possible

As we embarked on a new year in both the Jewish faith and in schools across the country, I’ve thought about Shmita, which literally means “release,” and how we might apply its hopeful principles to our lives today. Students, parents, and educators have spent the past seven months coping with a pandemic that has strained our health, our spirits, and our resources. Now, with growing fears of students falling behind, teachers are facing enormous pressure to somehow maintain pre-pandemic expectations and standards. It is a tragically Sisyphean effort. And it is made worse by our failure to seize this opportunity to “release” ourselves from the erroneous assumptions, outdated practices, and antiquated attitudes that plagued American education well before the pandemic upended our lives.

For decades, our school system has been centered on rote memorization, performance, and measurement, rather than authentic, meaningful learning. An arms race to college has pushed children

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7 Education Stocks Embracing the New Normal

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The pandemic has brought challenges to education. While the day-to-day world of academic life has turned on its head, several companies have not only adjusted to the “new normal,” but innovated to benefit from these new realities. Therefore today we’ll look at seven education stocks to buy that may be of interest to InvestorPlace readers.

There are potential long-term economic impacts from social distancing and other ongoing coronavirus-driven changes. Laura Gonzalez, Ph.D., associate professor of finance at California State University, Long Beach explains :

Employees are enjoying virtual meetings, which is a savings in work-travel expenses for corporations. Does that mean that the hotel, airline and car rental industries are bound to lose? Not necessarily. Online education for example is experiencing a growth that will lead to a richer tool box, and higher quality additional options going forward. Institutions and

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7 Education Stocks to Buy From Companies Embracing the New Normal

The pandemic has brought challenges to education. While the day-to-day world of academic life has turned on its head, several companies have not only adjusted to the “new normal,” but innovated to benefit from these new realities. Therefore today we’ll look at seven education stocks to buy that may be of interest to InvestorPlace readers.

There are potential long-term economic impacts from social distancing and other ongoing coronavirus-driven changes. Laura Gonzalez, Ph.D., associate professor of finance at California State University, Long Beach explains :

Employees are enjoying virtual meetings, which is a savings in work-travel expenses for corporations. Does that mean that the hotel, airline and car rental industries are bound to lose? Not necessarily. Online education for example is experiencing a growth that will lead to a richer tool box, and higher quality additional options going forward. Institutions and firms that understand the new normal and embrace the new

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A global ecosystem for a new normal education

WITH the Covid-19 pandemic affecting many industries, gaining suitable and sustainable employment has been a core goal for all graduates. Public and private higher learning institutions in the country have also designed their curricula and study experience around this goal as they create programmes and avenues to increase graduates’ competencies and competitiveness.

Achieving this, however, will require a comprehensive ecosystem which covers excellent industry links, high-quality academic programmes, practical and industry-driven skills training, and opportunities to develop personal and professional skills.

Moving with the times, SEGi University and Colleges has not only created an inclusive Global Ecosystem for all but also taken a bold step in positioning itself as the foremost institution towards Industrial Revolution 4.0 to future-proof its graduates.

IR4.0 has a big impact on the economy and community as studies show that emerging technologies can change 28 million jobs in Asean alone. As the job market changes, the

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