As we move towards the end of 2020, COVID-19 continues damaging lives and businesses all around the world. One of the biggest sectors that had to see multiple issues was the global education setup. While many countries benefitted from remote learning, it is safe to assume not every country had the resources and opportunities to do the same.… [Read more]
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Without water, no life can exist. Nowhere is this more clearly seen than in impoverished communities around the world whose access to water is severely limited. As fewer people have access to water, major problems occur, resulting in social unrest and devastating health consequences for the citizens of that community. Fortunately, the opposite is true, as well, in that if communities gain access to a reliable water supply, they can quickly begin to flourish.… [Read more]
There’s no denying that in a matter of a few short months, the novel coronavirus has transformed “normal” life as we knew it. And perhaps the biggest impact has been on our children, who were forced to spend the last months of the 2020 spring semester trying to adjust to distance learning.
Now, as the debate rages about how to keep the schools that have reopened safe, there’s a student population for whom the stakes are especially high. … [Read more]
When you’re searching for a new home, there are a lot of factors to take into consideration. From the location of the home to the number of bedrooms it has, your head will be spinning in no time. However, one factor that you never want to overlook is the zoning laws in a specific area. Zoning laws often affect low income families and racial minorities the most. … [Read more]
Technology has changed the basics of how people live, work, and interact with one another. There is no historical reference point that you can use to compare how quickly technology is advancing. Much of the new technology being produced can transform how society protects the environment. This has led many politicians to argue that the government has the responsibility to fund technology that can protect the planet.… [Read more]
It’s been several months since the first recorded case of COVID-19 in the United States was reported. In this time, the healthcare industry has been put into overdrive as essential workers try to take care of those infected by the virus. This also means that other health concerns, such as sexual health, have had to be put on the backburner.… [Read more]
Are you hoping to go to college in the next few years? Despite the current ravages of COVID-19 and changes in the delivery of education, the world’s students must prepare to take advantage of learning opportunities where available. Even though many institutions are closed or changing their operations, it could be worth preparing a few things in advance.… [Read more]
Regulations are necessary for our health. With strict regulations in place for food and public safety, people can be protected at a much greater rate. While not everyone agrees with regulations, arguing that the free market will regulate itself or that the government should not control what is bought and sold, there are some strong reasons why FDA and other food regulations improve our lives.… [Read more]
For millions of low-income, disabled, and the middle class generally, remote work isn’t an option and running water can be a luxury. Social distancing isn’t a topic in a densely packed public housing. When then should be said about self-isolation or getting adequate medical care amid the coronavirus issue? Coronavirus is killing the middle class – and it could crush it.… [Read more]
The armed forces of the United States protect the country as well as the people who live there. While we have troops that defend the skies and land, there are special men and women who keep the water edge safe. Here are a few of the duties of the Coast Guard.Patrolling Waters
The primary task of this division is to secure the border by patrolling the edge of international waters.… [Read more]