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Because of long-standing barriers that are made worse by COVID-19, hundreds of thousands of students with promise may never start college. This would be disastrous for these young people and for the country. Here’s what we’re doing to help: https://t.co/2NqFWLr30o
RT @trevormundel: This commitment is critical. “Additional manufacturing capacity to begin producing doses for every country, not just the wealthy few.” - @GaviSeth https://t.co/i2IT4cVUAC
Teaching special education takes an amazing person to figure out exactly what works for each child. Talking with Washington State Teacher of the Year Amy Campbell gave me an even greater appreciation for these educators: https://t.co/YIxI1eoMkG https://t.co/kOY0tciVAp
RT @antonioguterres: Last month, over 1 billion students were affected by #COVID19 school closures.
Even before the pandemic, the world was facing a learning crisis.
We must take bold steps now, to create inclusive, resilient, quality education systems fit for the future. https://t.co/fD4nwEkqUg https://t.co/71ksZO2DHP
Our foundation is partnering with @DonorsChoose to support teachers as they get ready to go back to school—in whatever form that takes—and will boost your donations to the classroom project of your choice today. https://t.co/nh3CnQI9vm
I always look forward to meeting Washington’s Teacher of the Year. This year’s recipient, Amy Campbell (@The_MrsCampbell), is a remarkable advocate for her students, and I loved learning about her approach to teaching special ed. https://t.co/kIMB19cK5S
Bill Foege was instrumental in the effort to eradicate smallpox (and is a personal hero of mine). Here he outlines how lessons learned from that campaign can apply to the fight against COVID-19. https://t.co/Ns8WvO9E4h
The world did not do enough to prepare for a pandemic. We can avoid making the same mistake with climate change by:
1. Letting science and innovation lead the way
2. Making sure solutions work for poor countries too
3. Getting started now
Great tips from @CT_Bergstrom about how to find reliable sources of information and test claims you may see about the pandemic in your social media feeds. https://t.co/8RQUZAUICJ
RT @exemplarshealth: In our recent webinar, @doctorsoumya called for community-led responses to #coronavirus. These types of engagements have been successful in areas across Africa after years of fostering relationships with #HealthWorkers through the #HIV epidemic. More at: https://t.co/veCegGSyf7 https://t.co/fYqSidcdrB
If we learn the lessons of COVID-19, we can approach climate change more informed about the consequences of inaction, and more prepared to save lives and prevent the worst possible outcome. https://t.co/a1Ltv44UBY
In his final words, John Lewis challenges all of us to continue to stand up for what we truly believe. “Together, you can redeem the soul of our nation.”
The impacts of COVID-19 are driving worrying increases in malnutrition and health outcomes. However, there are clear actions that can be taken in both the near- and long-term. https://t.co/kBaC9sCwB5
In these challenging times, we can’t lose sight of the importance of combatting climate change. I’m excited to hear about how companies like @Microsoft are finding a way to play a role. https://t.co/yHioRS92m2
Science and innovation will help us beat COVID-19. Dr. Fauci explains why. https://t.co/ZL597r4pNZ
It’s important that we continue to follow scientific data as we look for new tools to aid in the fight against coronavirus. https://t.co/AKZ3MI5H8i
RT @eji_org: "We all have an obligation, a mission, and a mandate to do what we can. We must speak up for those who have been left out and left behind. We cannot afford to be silent." https://t.co/wMY1WRGHWU
“I truly believe that if there is faith and hope and determination, we can continue to lay progress and create an American community at peace with ourselves.”
John Lewis will continue to inspire generations of Americans.
It’s hard to overstate how important finding a reliable, affordable, and easy-to-use diagnostic is for stopping Alzheimer’s. This is a big step towards that goal. https://t.co/h2zNO8htpF
Investments in digital technology that strengthen Africa’s food and health security will be critical to help the continent recover and thrive after the pandemic. https://t.co/wuDasFFYY0
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