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I don’t think any of us could have predicted what the state of teaching and learning would look like today with the virus, shelter-in-place orders, and remote learning. It came out of the blue and, quite frankly, really surprised us. And that means that we weren’t able to prepare for it. Teachers and administrators were thrust into roles that they had only heard discussed previously or had possibly had mentioned in training.

So it’s understandable that the anxiety level of our educators across the county, and even the world, is extremely high right now because of all the unknowns. There are a ton of questions about the teaching and learning. How long will this last? Will we be able to actually have physical school again? How do I teach students who don’t have internet access at home? How can I support my special needs students?

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