Elementary schools saw a stark increase in absenteeism, jumping from 7% to 38% in schools with 30% or more chronically absent students.
Some employers have begun utilizing ChatGPT to summarize customer calls, conduct sentiment analysis and create benefits content efficiently.
The CDC is warning parents and schools of a heightened risk of infectious diseases, including flu, this year as national vaccination rates for kindergartners continue to decline.
Amidst the increasing frequency of extreme weather events fueled by global warming, work experts highlight the economic advantages of a remote workforce.
Launching this week, it automatically calculates individual amounts owed based on each group member's overall spending.
The delay may particularly affect lower-income students, homeless individuals, or those with special circumstances.
For companies adopting virtual interviews, consider utilizing one-on-one interviews for candidate comfort and initiating discussions with non-formal topics.
Milk production from dairy suppliers is not the issue, but a supply chain shortage of papers and plastics, used in the making of milk cartons, is to blame.
Orange County, Florida, the eighth largest school district in the U.S., instituted a complete cell phone ban for students -- students cannot use their phone at any time during the day, not even lunch.
As AI use rapidly expands in classrooms, President Biden signed an executive order requiring federal education officials to create guardrails to prevent tech-driven discrimination.
Grow Your Own teacher programs, which train community members in other professions to be teachers for minimal fees, have grown rapidly -- an estimated 900 school districts have them today.
Notably, the study found that a 10 percentage point increase in the proportion of females on a board is correlated to a 17.5% increase in a firm’s ESG rating.
Hawaii education officials have settled a class-action lawsuit by female athletes at James Campbell High School, addressing widespread sex discrimination and retaliation claims.
The professional judgment process permits case-by-case adjustments to students' aid based on special circumstances.
The backlash from major donors against political statements by nonprofits regarding the Middle East war is giving some institutions pause about the practice of weighing in on current events.
One employee's innocent fun might be another's Halloween horror. For example, at one company party, a male employee dressed up as the Incredible Hulk, and lifted female employees into the air.
Instead of encouraging employees to invest more of themselves in their jobs, managers should set realistic goals for engagement, according to a new report MIT Sloan School of Management.
Advocates argue that it often results in better choices and more support for individuals of color and women in leadership positions.
Scholastic is facing criticism after announcing their decision to create a separate, optional section for titles written predominantly by and about people of color and LGBTQ people.
Schools are hiring security officers, restricting access and revising safety plans.