These are complicated times.
From the pressure being put on the trucking and transportation industry to the heated conversations about self isolation and wearing masks, it can seem like every day brings a lifetime of new problems. The conversations shift; the politicians argue; the public struggles. If wearing masks would allow students and teachers to do group work and share equipment and have more than 10 students in a room at a time to have “real class,” you would think that most students and their families would comply. Kowing, however, that there are certainly still very many unknowns even the safety of wearing a mask can bring about a heated debate. Teachers dream of a scenario where they are not planning two lessons per day per prep, one lesson that would work in the classroom, another that would be more fitting for school at home. And if the options of mask wearing makes a real in person class experience possible, then most educators at least are ready for the hassle. There
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