It’s a too-common myth that autistic people are incapable of, or inept at, love. Autistic writer Kay Kerr explores 5 autistic people’s experiences of familial, friend and romantic love.
Masking or camouflaging is where people conceal certain traits and replace them with neurotypical ones to avoid being recognised as visibly neurodiverse.
Decades of research show that respiratory illnesses are dramatically reduced when people wear face masks.
We tested well-fitting cloth masks made from 16 kinds of cotton, on human participants, to see how many provided filtration comparable with a certified medical mask. Most of them did.
When students wear masks at school, they’re less likely to become infected with COVID-19 and bring it home to their families.
When early childhood education providers become more entrepreneurial, the quality of their programs improves, research shows.
School board elections are becoming increasingly fractious and political events, with candidates focused on one or two issues. An education policy scholar explains why that’s a worrisome trend.
A physician-bioethicist reflects on how health professionals are yet again facing painful reminders of the early months of the pandemic.
The Department of Education is investigating whether state bans on mask requirements in schools discriminate against students with disabilities.
New research shows correctional officers are vectors of infection, driving COVID-19 rates both inside prisons and in their communities.
As we likely settle into a long-term relationship with COVID-19, this new relationship will not likely leave masks forgotten.