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    Impacts of COVID-19 on Child Welfare

    August 30, 2021By Jourdan Porter

    Since the pandemic began in March 2020, stay-at-home orders and declining economic conditions for families have caused stressful situations in the home. With schools and workplaces being closed, parents have been working from home and children have been attending virtual school. Although some families may have enjoyed this time together, it could have been some […]

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    Immunize or Incentivize: Evaluating Compulsory Vaccines on College Campuses

    June 11, 2021By Jacqueline Levine

    Though it is hard to believe, over a year has passed since COVID-19 completely turned society upside down. In the early days of the pandemic, job loss, product shortages, and work from home quickly became the new normal. As the pandemic progressed, debates about whether masks really work became highly politicized, and disagreements often caused […]

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    The Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Mental Health

    May 24, 2021By Lilyan Wong

    The devastating impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (“COVID-19”) has been catastrophic in the United States and all around the globe, affecting the lives of millions of people. Since the first confirmed case in 2019, the virus has rapidly continued to grow and has infected over 30 million people in the U.S., according to data […]

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    COVID-19’s Impact on The Environment: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

    May 13, 2021By PaulMarie Bobb

    It has been a little over a year since the COVID-19 Pandemic hit the United States and forced life as we knew it to come to a screeching halt. People were instructed to stay home, wear masks, remain six feet apart, and avoid crowds. For months, the world remained on lockdown whilst trying to flatten […]

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    Coronavirus School Closures, Earnings, and the Economy

    March 19, 2021By Trevor Garnish

    What permanent damage to the economy will the Covid-19 Pandemic leave behind? The nationwide school closures in early 2020 led to losses in learning that will not easily be made up. When children lose out on education, they lose out on future opportunities including economic benefits, such as additional earnings, with far-reaching consequences. Some models […]

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    Classroom v. COVID: Reopening of Schools in Miami-Dade County during the COVID-19 Pandemic

    October 2, 2020By Isabella Otruba

    After a long Summer of deliberation and debate over the topic of whether, when, and how to reopen the schools, Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Carvalho appeased the parents and teachers and reevaluated a plan that allowed all students to begin the year on a virtual platform, which would transition to a schoolhouse model accordingly. […]

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