Early Learning in the News: March 22, 2021

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Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry!

I’m Vaccinated Against COVID-19, But My Kids Aren’t. What’s Safe for Us?

In March, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released its long-awaited guidance for people fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Those lucky enough to have received both vaccine doses (or one dose of Janssen/Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine) can now hang out in a private home, blissfully mask-free, with other fully vaccinated folks, according to the guidelines. – CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY

15 Rules Of Great Teaching

The idea of ‘good teaching’ is an idea we work toward in a variety of different ways, So then, here are some rules we might consider when making sense of this idea of what makes a teacher great. Thanks to Sylvia Duckworth for the great illustration, who went all out and added all 15 of our ‘rules.’ – CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY

How the pandemic is reshaping education

The coronavirus pandemic upended almost every aspect of school at once. It was not just the move from classrooms to computer screens. It tested basic ideas about instruction, attendance, testing, funding, the role of technology and the human connections that hold it all together. – CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY

Why having kids doesn’t necessarily make you happier, according to research

Parents often refer to their children as their “pride and joy.” But research tells a different story: Having kids doesn’t necessarily make people happier. – CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY

First baby in U.S. born with antibodies against COVID-19 after mom receives dose of Moderna vaccine while pregnant

At 36 weeks pregnant, a South Florida frontline health care worker received her first shot of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. She gave birth three weeks later to a healthy baby girl — with COVID-19 antibodies. – CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY

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