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An Opportunity for an Improved Post-Pandemic Education

There are mountains of empirical research that fly in the face of our pre-pandemic ways of doing school. From opportunity gaps in access to the importance of motivation on student learning including the role of teacher expectations on student outcomes and the mental health pressures associated with an overemphasis on standardized testing, there’s no shortage of data in favor of changing everything.

What’s interesting is much of how we should do school has surfaced over the past year: centering on students’ social-emotional wellness…




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Dr. Lindsay Portnoy

Dr. Lindsay Portnoy

Intellectually curious. I follow my ideas. Cognitive scientist, author, educator, activist.

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