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Lost Learning Time Is Not the Crisis

We should be focused on our kids’ social and emotional needs, not academic expectations

Photo by Rubén Rodriguez on Unsplash

As school districts begin planning to re-open this fall, a panic about lost learning time is dominating the discussion. This focus directly pits measures to close the achievement gap against the health, safety, and emotional well-being of students…

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Jen Roesch

Jen Roesch

Socialist, Writer, Mother, Teacher — Fighting for a World Worth Living In. I run a newsletter about schools in the time of COVID at JusticeLens.substack.com.

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