Remember the Good Old Days

By Charles Sosnik Remember the good old days, before COVID changed our daily routines and sent our children home to have school with their parents or grandparents? Remember when things made sense, and you knew exactly what to expect from school? From K to 12, school meant children sitting, listening intently to the teacher, who enthusiastically delivered all the knowledge children would ever need for success in life. Schools were divided by years. Days were divided by 50-minute classes. You had teachers, principals, superintendents. Everyone knew just what to expect. We dropped our kids off, and 13 years later, they […]

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