You’re in Charge of What Happens in Your Classroom (or at home) This Fall

After finishing the 2019-20 school year in a really strange (but eventually feeling normal) way, the challenges of the 20-21 school year will probably make that look like the minor leagues. There are pushes from politicians and families to start the year normally. There are pushes from others to begin the year remote. And of course, there are others who just aren’t sure what the right thing to do is. I think most people fall into that last segment. We’ll do everything we can using all of the information we have to make the best decisions for our school districts and our own children. I’m here to warn you that there may be some people who will tell you that they know better than you.

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