March 18, 2020

The coronavirus is like a spider in that it has many ‘legs’ of consequence: layoffs, health risks, business closings, school closings, family separations, etc. A new report tries to quantify just how many jobs are at risk; Scientists are looking towards one creature to predict climate-change impact; and The Smithsonian has released a list for parents and educators to find solid digital education resources to not just entertain kids while at home but get them thinking. Now, there should be a list for adults too…Go beyond the headlines…

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