“This is an exciting opportunity for Oklahoma to help get more certified teachers in the classroom this fall and help shrink classroom sizes.”
The Spring Art Show almost didn’t happen, until four art teachers came up with a plan. See the full story and the winners inside.
Engage with teenagers about the current pandemic and its effects on their lives and it is easy to see how it is affecting each of them differently–academically, socially, and psychologically.
“It was amazing. Especially with school closures, they didn’t have to do it, but they care, and that’s what people need to understand. They care about the kids.”
The earlier story was a poor attempt at an April Fools’ joke that has turned much more sour than we anticipated.
This is welcome news as districts clamor for ways to get meals to students in the midst of distance learning necessary in the wake of the global pandemic.
Distance learning will not necessarily consist of internet or web-based learning.
“Our districts have begun planning their alternative delivery methods to support student learning as they prepare to reconnect students with their teachers in adaptive ways.”
“Our school communities are known for their generosity and caring, and we have already seen them mobilize in response to the school closures necessitated by coronavirus.”
“Our educators and district leaders need to shift their focus from assessments to essential services, including child nutrition and planning to continue student learning through alternative delivery methods.”