Here are new additions to THE BEST POSTS PREDICTING (& SHOWING) WHAT SCHOOLS LOOK LIKE DURING THE PANDEMIC (you might also be interested in SCHOOLS WENT REMOTE A YEAR AGO – HERE ARE MY CHOICES FOR THE BEST PIECES WRITTEN ABOUT SCHOOL REOPENING SINCE THEN):
As the school year ends, many districts expand summer school options is from The Washington Post. For what it’s worth, it includes a quote from me:
“Many teachers, including me, are exhausted right now from teaching during the pandemic,” said Larry Ferlazzo, who teaches English and social studies at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento. “Many of us are not going to have anything left to give this summer.”
I’m adding it to THE BEST RESOURCES FOR THINKING ABOUT SUMMER SCHOOL THIS YEAR.
No question that school closures have taken an emotional toll on students, but so thankful that suicides haven't seemed to have increased–despite countless claims that they have. Confirmation bias is dangerous! https://t.co/wayh4oGWfy
— Jacob Waters (@jacobwaters) April 22, 2021