What a Global Pandemic Reveals About Inequity In Education

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Like many teachers, I’m sitting in my apartment, staring out the window, wondering what the heck I’m going to do now.

I’m supposed to teach Romeo and Juliet. My plans need complete readjustment. There’s a lot to figure out.

Yet, I know I’m incredibly lucky. Each student in my class has a school-issued laptop, we tested remote meeting…




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Christina Torres

Christina Torres

SoCal->HI. @USC @LMUTFALA @teachforamerica alumna. @punahouschool teacher. Runner, Adventurer, Storyteller, INFP www.christinatorres.org

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