In recent months, your school community has undoubtedly faced myriad challenges and changes. Andy, a superintendent of a midsize school district in the Midwest, recently shared:
“This coronavirus forced us to teach everything online, and we weren’t ready. And now we’ve opened Pandora’s box, realizing three things. First, we have to be ready to teach this way again in the face of a similar challenge. Second, we aren’t the least bit ready to do this, and third, our parents and students are going to demand more of this type of learning as a flexible option for challenges small and large in the future.”
Pandora’s box was a source of unexpected challenges or troubles in Greek mythology. But these challenging times have also created an immense opportunity for progress.
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