Preparing for “Not Knowing” What School Will Look Like

Our most unusual school year ended on May 27th, after nearly 8 trying weeks of remote learning. The State of Illinois mandated that elementary school children were not to be graded on their work, so it was a bit of a free-for-all in our house. I made up a routine for a basic structure to the day, and then asked at the end of the day “did you get your work done?” as we tried to two adults working…

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Storyteller + Content Marketer + Journalist. Card-carrying member of #5amwritersclub • https://annabyang.start.page/

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