In 2019, a Policy One-Pager produced by the Robert Graham Center reported that the percentage of the active U.S. physician workforce in primary care practice declined from 32% in 2010 to 30% in 2018. Although family physicians represent 4 in 10 primary care physicians, in several states, a large percentage […]

As students head back to classes this fall – online, in-person or a hybrid of the two – millions of families are walking a tightrope, trying to balance safety with continued academic growth. Most large public school districts have opted for fully online learning, but some have already returned to in-person classes and new […]

Student sitting cross-legged with an open laptop in her lap against a pink background Many parents and children are looking forward to back-to-school season and easing into a regular schedule once again. Student mental health was already a growing concern before COVID-19. Depression among adolescents in the U.S. has been […]

A week after revoking sweeping new restrictions on international students, federal immigration officials on Friday announced that new foreign students will be barred from entering the United States if they plan to take their classes entirely online this fall. In a memo to college officials, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement […]

EAGLEVILLE, PA — Methacton School District tentatively plans to have an in-person schooling option this fall, part of a dual option plan which also offers families and students the choice of taking classes online. The announcement comes as Montgomery County officials recently issued their countywide school reopening guidelines, which require […]