Even during this era’s fight to defend facts, there is still “an unprovable but real connection between all living things.”
“It turns out that stress, uncertainty, fear, confinement, isolation and discomfort still, after centuries of human suffering, lead writers to write.”
“The response is varying a lot in different parts of the country, in many cases according to the political leanings of an area or a region. And that’s going to cause real problems.”
CMS/W Assistant Professor Justin Reich and the Teaching Systems Lab report their recommendations and best practices for state education agencies providing remote learning guidance during COVID-19 school closures.
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