What Shouldn’t Return to ‘Normal’ When Schools Reopen

Everybody is yearning for a return to normalcy, and yesterday offered hope after a major drug company announced that early data suggest its coronavirus vaccine is more than 90 percent effective.

But not everything should go back to normal, say district superintendents, particularly in communities where the pandemic has exposed deep-rooted systemic racism and inequities—and also accelerated positive changes that school leaders hope will stick long after classroom doors reopen.

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Posted by Dawn LoMauro
Dawn LoMauro Operations Manager/Exec Asst to the Assoc Provost Dawn LoMauro