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2020 was too much death. Since the beginning of the pandemic, I’ve lost three uncles, one of whom was like a father to me. My
The old adage goes “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Growing up, I believed this wholeheartedly. I had
Jonida Spahija: Families need safe, in-person options for students who struggle with learning from home
Teaching in person and teaching remotely is a vastly different experience for students, teachers, and parents alike. My 5-year-old daughter, Z, is competitive, extroverted, and
Elizabeth Reddick: Academically, learning from home works for my family. But not when it comes to our social-emotional and mental health.
My son is thriving academically by learning from home. But he and I are not thriving when it comes to our social-emotional and mental health.
During the regular school year in pre-pandemic times, my daughter thrived from a good daily structure: A clear schedule that students and teachers followed and