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In Europe, Italy was the first country affected by the novel coronavirus, with a huge number of cases in a very short time, primarily in the country’s northern regions (e.g., Lombardia, Emilia-Romagna, Veneto; see, e.g., Corbisiero et al., 2020; Paoloni & Tutino, 2020). The alarming speed of virus transmission forced the Italian government to rapidly adopt a […]

November 17, 2021

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Tags: Buteau, Comedian, event, Join, Joys, Michelle, Opinion, Parenting, times

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Categories: Parenting

Once everyone has brushed their teeth, read bedtime stories, and kissed their foreheads, join Times Opinion writer and mom Jessica Grose of the Parents’ Newsletter for a virtual evening of comedy and compassion. Parenting during the pandemic wasn’t easy, and we could all take a moment to share our fun and sometimes perverted parenting gains. […]

September 15, 2021

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Tags: Childs, Early, Focus, key, Parenting, times, Years

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

The first nine months of pregnancy through the first five years of life are considered the critical years to lay the foundation for learning. The nutritional, social, emotional and educational conditions of a mother have a great influence on the future development, educational and social success of the child. The bond, social interactions and relationships […]

Kate Doctor’s four year old completed a year of virtual preschool. It didn’t go well. While the long-term effects are still unknown, there is no question that virtual learning caused by a pandemic has left many students behind. As schools across the state reopen for the new academic year, many are devoting time to re-educating […]

August 4, 2021

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Tags: Bay, board, County, East, education, Face, Gov, Masks, Newsom, Orange, sue, times

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Categories: Special needs education

The Orange County Board of Education alleged that wearing masks harms young children and announced Tuesday that it plans to sue Governor Gavin Newsom for an “unfair” state mandate for students to wear masks in classrooms this school year. The board voted 4-0 to file the lawsuit during the closed session, then had an attorney […]

Caltrans officials see a $ 1.5 billion beautification initiative proposed by Governor Gavin Newsom as the comprehensive approach needed to clean long-disrupted state highways but also convince Californians to leave the streets litter-free keeping is a joint effort. The Clean California Initiative would provide money for trash removal, infrastructure improvements, educational programs, and arts projects […]