It’s that time of year already: back to school. After eighteen months of kids and teens learning remotely or on a hybrid schedule between in-person and remote, millions are returning back to classrooms full-time. While this may change as COVID-19 cases rise due to the Delta variant, for now, many schools are moving forward with plans to welcome students back with the caveat of requiring face masks while indoors. We discuss the highly anticipated return back to class and how some educators have changed their perspectives on learning over the past year.
- Colleen Peluso, high school teacher, Valparaiso High School.
- Ron Chaluisan, former teacher, executive director, Newark Trust for Education.