Hybrid Logistics Part Two: Letting Humans Be Human

By LeiLani Cauthen Editor’s note: This is part two of a two-part series. Part one can be found here. The crux of the issue is that teaching is defined by nearly all traditional public schools as a one-to-many construct. And a stage. It’s a normalizing construct that retains its shape even whilst decrying lack of equity because of its shape. It’s not built for equity. Teachers will always quietly triage their students, noting who can’t keep up, and trying, but letting a few fall behind to save the many. Those behind get the low grades, the failing marks. Not because […]

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