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The classroom and COVID-19: Teachers say they want to be ‘treated like real people’
At issue was the coming school year, which was set to start Aug. But some teachers told another story: In the week before the start of school, they felt they had few options. But they just want to have that choice to do it safely. We should have that choice for face-to-face. Login from existing account Facebook Google Email. This story was published in partnership with The 19th , a nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom reporting on gender, politics and policy.
Back to school amid COVID Teachers want to be ‘real people’
So though most have been flexible, experts said, particularly with teachers who have raised red flags about safety, others, like Queen Creek, have not. Total redeemable TimesPoints 0. Navbharat Times. Oliver had already resigned in July, knowing she, at 61, could not risk returning to in-person learning, particularly with an year-old sick mother in Michigan who she planned to visit. On the issue of safety, the group largely sides with teachers.
Description: Open in app. Navbharat Times. Hollingsworth also works with low-income families and understands deeply the challenges of an in-person return. In Wichita, Kansas, substitute teacher Kimberly Howard and English teacher Gabriel Costilla are looking at the new teachers starting this year and wondering how the decisions around coronavirus will impact them in the long run. The issue drew protests in and that framed the problems as a result of cutbacks on public education that will ultimately be detrimental to students, too.