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Monday, Aug. 9, 2021
In the fall of 1987, I was a firstyear teacher in my very first set of parent-teacher conferences some six to eight weeks after school had started. Two parents sat in my classroom to discuss how their son was doing in my 9th grade world history class. I was 22, and they were probably twice that.
Monday, July 26, 2021
Nearly all professional reading that comes my way from journals and online involves the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic upon children and learning. There are articles on reading scores, social-emotional learning and student anxiety levels. There are also studies of teacher burnout and parental frustration.

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