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Kids who have to get on buses right after school can miss out on after school activities and help. Some schools are helping make up for that difference by bringing digital and analog learning opportunities to the bus.
By 2028, likely one-third of the current tasks in most jobs will be automated. Competing with robots will require adaptability and, for the best jobs, a college education. The Center on Education and the Workforce says that the middle-class jobs at lowest risk of automation include aerospace engineers and nurse practitioners.
Starting high school is a big transition, and it turns out, the ninth grade a pivotal moment for teens’ potential success or failure in high school. At Hillsdale High School in San Mateo, California, educators are combating “ninth grade shock” by developing the kind of community kids don’t want to miss.