Distance Learning: Tips For Families To Avoid Mix-UpsLaura Davis with College Nannies, Sitters and Tutors joins us live on Skype with tips to help families avoid common mix-ups. () WCCO Mid-Morning - Nov. 30, 2020
Colleges To Students Going Home For Thanksgiving: Stay HomeCollege campuses are emptying out across the country ahead of Thanksgiving, despite the CDC's recommendation not to travel, reports Marielle Mohs (2:08). WCCO 4 News At 5:30 - November 22, 2020
3M Science Kits Help At-Home Students ExploreOne of Minnesota's largest companies is making sure some students can still be hands-on with science, reports Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield (2:14). WCCO 4 News At 6 - November 19, 2020
Several Colleges Start George Floyd ScholarshipsA movement is underway at some of the most prestigious places in the country because of a quick moment that happened at the beginning of George Floyd's Minneapolis funeral, reports Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield (2:54). WCCO 4 News At 6 - November 16, 2020
How Schools Decide To Change Learning ModelsRising COVID cases means several Minnesota schools are being forced to make changes, reports Kate Raddatz (2:06). WCCO 4 News At 6 - November 9, 2020
Mpls. North Football Coach Ending School Officer RoleCharles Adams will remain the football coach for Minneapolis North High School, and is moving his law enforcement role to Target Field, reports Mike Max (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 6 - November 4, 2020
Substituted Teachers In High Demand Amid COVID-19St. Michael-Albertville's superintendent put a plea on Facebook hoping to find enough substitutes to keep her students in class, Jennifer Mayerle reports (2:15). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 30, 2020
‘It’s Okay To Ask’: Book Lets Youth Know It’s OK To Ask Another Kid About Their DisabilityOctober is anti-bullying month and Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare has a book for families to help teach kids about those who are a little different from them. WCCO Mid-Morning - Oct. 29, 2020
Northside STEM District Unveils Mobile Innovation LabThe bus has equipment like graphic computers and 3D printers so kids can work on STEM projects (0:51). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 24, 2020
U Of M Shifts To Next COVID Re-Opening PhaseAfter a spike in cases at several colleges and universities in Minnesota, numbers are starting to trend in the right direction, reports Jeff Wagner (1:59). WCCO 4 News At 10 - October 14, 2020
Spooky Halloween Experiments Your Kids Can DoKitchen pantry scientist Liz Heinecke shares a few easy DIY experiments (3:45). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 14, 2020
What Have We Learned About COVID & Kids?Many Minnesota children headed back into classrooms amid concerns about catching and spreading coronavirus (). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 14, 2020
Good Question: What Do We Know About COVID And Kids?Heather Brown explains what we know about COVID and kids -- and their unique risk for a rare disorder (3:09). WCCO 4 News At 10 - October 13, 2020
Minneapolis Neighbors Team Up For Pod-Style LearningA group of neighbors in South Minneapolis came up with a plan over the summer to join forces and help teach their kids through pod learning, Kate Raddatz reports (2:04). WCCO 4 News at 6 – October 13, 2020
Study Finds Nearly 30% Of Minn. Teachers Are Considering QuittingA new survey shows nearly 1 in 3 educators are considering leaving the profession this year. WCCO's Kate Raddatz shares why teachers are feeling overwhelmed with expectations during the pandemic, (2:01). WCCO 4 News at 6 - October 12, 2020
Pioneering Educator Choua Lee Yang Dies From COVIDThe Hmong community in Minnesota is grieving over the loss of an innovative and beloved school leader, reports Marielle Mohs (2:13). WCCO 4 News At 10 - October 11, 2020
Edina Swim Team Members Make College Decisions Factoring COVID ImpactsAnother way that COVID-19 disrupted the sports world relates to the college transition. WCCO's Norman Seawright III spoke with some girls' swim team members from Edina High School, who had to be a lot more thoughtful about where they wanted to go, (2:56). WCCO 4 News at 6 – October 9, 2020
DIY Friday: Kid-Friendly Bath BombsBath Bombs are fun for the kids when it's bath time. But it can also be a fun project that's great for learning about math and measuring, sensory and creativity. (3:50) WCCO Mid-Morning - Oct. 9, 2020
Frustrated Gopher Student-Athletes Hold Sit-InNorman Seawright III talks to University of Minnesota student-athletes who are making their voices heard, one more time (1:59). WCCO 4 News At 6 - October 7, 2020
WCCO Reconnects With Families Navigating Distance LearningA single mom is balancing her job as a hair stylist while her kids log-on to learn at home, and a family of five all staying home to keep their daughter with disabilities safe, reports Liz Collin (3:00). WCCO 4 News At 10 - October 5, 2020
Advice For Parents' Most Common Problems With Distance LearningCollege Nannies, Sitters and Tutors teamed up with K12, the nation’s leading provider of online and blended education programs to help families solve some of the most common struggles, Laura Davis explains (3:10). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 2, 2020
Average American Parent Has 6th Grade-Level Math, Science SkillsParents are getting more involved in their kids homework with distance learning (3:54). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 2, 2020
Anoka-Hennepin Schools Return To Class With Hybrid ModelThe state’s largest school district just reopened its middle and high school doors for the first time since March. Anoka-Hennepin switched to hybrid learning, Christiane Cordero reports (2:01). WCCO 4 News at 6 – September 29, 2020
School Principals Band Together For 'Good Trouble' PlanMore than 150 school principals from across the Twin Cities are joining forces to fight for educational justice, as Brett Stringer, principal of South High School in Minneapolis, explains (3:58). WCCO Mid-Morning - September 25, 2020

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