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Like televising courtroom proceedings or putting body-cams on police officers, it adds transparency.
The Education Exchange: NEA President Says Teacher Vaccine Priority Does Not Mean They Should Go Before the Elderly
"Prioritize educators" for shots, but not ahead of 85-year-olds
Avoid: "welcome back to school and get ready for the test tomorrow."
The Education Exchange: At Relay Graduate School of Education, a Practice-Based Approach to Preparing Teachers
"You don't learn to ride a bike by talking about it. ...You've got to get on the bike."
EdNext Podcast: Derrell Bradford on How a Nationwide Teacher Strike Has Closed In-Person Public Schools
"Catholic schools have figured this out, parochial schools have figured this out. It's amazing what masks and market pressure can do."
"Bureaucracy grows until it gets to the point where the purpose of bureaucracy is to protect itself."
"Private schools obviously are relying on parents to pay the fees, and therefore have a greater incentive to get their kids back into school and do it safely. Charters and traditional publics don't have that same incentive."
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"There is a shifting away from the in-person opportunities"