A recent opinion piece by the Editorial Board of The New York Times entitled The Coronavirus’s Lost Generation of Students has raised concerns that the same type of slump or slide is likely to occur during the COVID-19 pandemic for many of our nation's 50 million children, regardless of learning difficulties. They cite a study by the Northwest Evaluation Association that suggests, students who do not receive sustained instruction during the coronavirus school shutdown will retain only 70 percent of their annual reading gains compared to a typical year. Deteriorating performance in math is even more dramatic. These losses can be attributed in part to missing many days of school at the onset of the pandemic when most schools were unprepared to move to online learning platforms. While some states have been able to make the transformation to distance learning quickly and effectively, many have simply discontinued schooling until the end of the school year, while others are still … [Read more...] about Will Distance Learning Produce a Coronavirus Virus Slump?
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No two concussions are alike, and different regions of the brain can be affected by different events of trauma. So, while one person may have language problems— expressing their ideas, another may have short-term memory loss, and someone else may have emotional issues. To advance concussion testing, we must include a full battery of tests, including the most important, yet must vulnerable part of the brain and the heart of any human — the temporal lobes. … [Read more...] about Balancing Precarious Emotions in Sport Concussion Protocols
At times weight loss can lead to losing muscle mass which in turn lowers your body's metabolic rate and trigger weight gain instead  . It is very crucial for overweight people to work out regularly to shed weight and get in shape. They should focus more on fat loss and do the right exercises which shouldn't affect them adversely. … [Read more...] about Weight Loss Vs Fat Loss: Which is Healthy For You?