After a tumultuous end to the 2020 Spring Semester due to COVID-19, Fall 2020 brought a waning summer pandemic surge, and many school leaders yearned for a return to normalcy.
America and other countries are finally waking up to the unfairness and thus meaningless nature of standardized testing. The sad part is how predictable it was that it would take
This year of learning in a pandemic has seen new devices and other hardware brought to the schoolhouse, new learning platforms and applications provided to support instruction, and, for many
We have spent much of the last year listening to reports that online learning is failing students. The story goes something like this: Covid put an end to in-person education,
March 12, 2021 Schools closed. Remote learning. Exhausted teachers. The pandemic has had a huge impact on schools around the world. Perhaps the biggest issue we face now and going
Exams are expensive and stressful. You would assume it would be human nature to put all effort into avoiding them but there always seems to be an urge by some
Covid-19 has profoundly disrupted business as usual within schools, causing institutions across the country to scramble as they attempt to maintain services in the face of unforeseen obstacles. Operational challenges
A Special Note (1/06/2021): Over the course of winter break, I wrote this blog about the challenges of keeping a school open during the pandemic, firmly believing that with some time