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Time for a Winter Extension

COVID has more than disrupted education; it’s forced us to reckon with educational traditions.

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As Omicron gained momentum, as things got decidedly scarier and more difficult across the globe, the question of schools was once again on the table.

  • Would we go back to remote learning?
  • How long do we wait to…




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