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My senior has worked through most of the pandemic but hasn’t been in a classroom since last March. He’s learned that California cares more about takeout than it does about education. I still feel fortunate, as a parent, because he’s handling the school situation pretty well, and will graduate in the spring. Flamingo I’m still standing Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Shirt, hoodie A lot of his friends are really struggling, and a few have dropped out entirely. It seems like the most vulnerable kids — the ones who are living in tiny apartments with eight other people, the ones who (used to) eat breakfast and lunch at school — are the ones who are really suffering the most from school closures.” *** “I’m studying for my credential to teach high school English. It’s been infuriating to listen to the reopening debate rage on as if the answers are easy. Teachers are blamed, while systemic inequities and a legacy of underfunding plague our schools. I think what most people don’t realize is how terribly difficult it is to learn and teach online.
How lesson plans have to be not merely modified but completely reimagined. The drumbeat in the media hammers on about learning loss and teachers must be reasonable… But not about funding schools, or kids’ mental health. Kids are falling behind who? Other kids affected by the pandemic? Or is it that the Black and brown and poor children that our society consistently fails are falling behind the rich and/or white children who started with an advantage? Is this supposed “learning loss” more important than caring for the well-being of our students? Then fixing the systems that consistently fail them? Flamingo I’m still standing Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Shirt, hoodie Should we be blaming teachers or the voters who rejected Prop 15 in November? When we go back to school, how will we ensure there are wellbeing and joy, rather than more tests, more stress, more blame, more urgency to “catch up” to those who started the race leagues ahead? With all the anger directed at districts and teachers and school boards, where is the anger directed at systemic failures? At the choices, voters make to pay fewer taxes at the expense of our kids?”
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I’ve been very grateful to SFUSD for everything they have done for families, teachers, and staff during this horrific time. They have rightly put health and safety first. I completely support all the standards set by the labor unions, including vaccines and ventilation. I don’t want teachers and staff back in those buildings until they feel safe being there.” *** “Distance learning has been very difficult. Flamingo I’m still standing Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Shirt, hoodie My 7-year-old, previously the happiest child you would ever meet, is making the same comments that a suicidal adult would make. I’m scared he is going to harm himself and I don’t know what to do.
When I hear people mock and dismiss parents wanting their kids to go back to school as just ‘wanting a babysitter’ I want to scream. I am scared for my 7-year-old’s life. Don’t dismiss us. Don’t dismiss the children. Their lives are at stake.” Sony Music And Noah Cyrus Go Back To School For New Music Education Program Sony Music Group have partnered with prominent nonprofits Save the Music and Music Forward to launch a new program giving high school students in Nashville a leg up in charting a career in the music industry.