Washington Examiner Magazine – School teaching, go home

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the closure of more than 124,000 public and private schools, leaving more than 55 million primary and secondary school students at home. For many students, these school closures have largely put their learning, and their preparation for their academic futures, on hold. As this tumultuous semester winds down, the COVID-19 era has revealed how many education organizations are ready to adapt and meet students’ needs in this trying moment. We’re also finding out just how well alternative educational models can work.

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Alexandra Hudson is an Indianapolis-based writer, a 2019 Novak Fellow and a Young Voices contributor. Follow her on Twitter: @LexiOHudson

Alexandra Hudson, an Indianapolis-based writer who has been published in TIME, The Wall Street Journal, Politico Magazine, and others outlets. She is the curator of A New American Renaissance, a monthly newsletter on social, moral and intellectual renewal, a 2019 Novak Fellow, and is currently writing a book on civility and civil society.
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