After a long period of isolation, schools are finally open for traditional, in-person learning but the transition from remote learning back to the classroom hasn’t been as easy as anticipated. As a matter of fact, educators are saying the 2021-2022 school year is the toughest one yet due to a myriad of unforeseen challenges.
In this podcast, we explore the K-12 perspective on the issues facing educators and students, daily. Our three guests conclude the episode on a positive note, discussing the silver linings of the pandemic and how remote learning has created new opportunities for students and staff alike.
ABOUT OUR GUESTS
Geoff Brignola is Principal of Jackson Liberty High School in Jackson, New Jersey. Julia Evje is a technology Integrator for Racine Unified School District in Wisconsin. Mary Roath, is a 1st-grade teacher in Cecil County, Maryland.
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