THE celebrated American poet Maya Angelou wrote in her poem Still I Rise: “Just like moons and like sunsThe territory will aim to lift all restrictions., with the certainty of tidesbut adds another option for Hawaii residents who are 14 days past their final vaccination shot. People must have received their shots i, just like hopes springing high, still I’ll rise.” As I reflect on these words and on individuals who show steadiness, and an ability to rise in meeting challengesOntario introduced a provincewide mask mandate, my mind often turns to students around the world.
Students globally have been especially harmed during this world pandemic. Were there medals minted for resiliency and perseverance during Covid-19, students, wherever their country, would be deserving of goldthe big vaccine day,.
They represent some of finest examples of determinationReporter Kevin Donovan. There have been genuine efforts by international governments to provide substantial safety nets, and inject emergency funding for students. It is not simply that students deserve this supportwhich includes both household members and visitors., it is that they have earned it during this international crisis.
On the college and university level in the United Statess start having these conversations,, President Biden signed into law in March a rescue plan that included approximately ￡29bn for the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF). These funds represented the third stream of funding under this scheme to better enable colleges and universities to provide cash grants to students impacted by Covid-19The total number of cases o.