When March arrived, many parents and students were going about their usual routines. Parents headed to work in traffic-filled morning commutes. Students packed up for school and spent hours with their classmates and teachers in person.
By the end of the month, this routine was upended. Most schools transitioned to a remote format. Parents who used to drive to the office adapted to working at home. Parents who were frontline workers were left to navigate inordinate stress – and limited childcare options – to perform functions that kept so many of us safe, often at a personal cost that would be unimaginable for many of us. Students of all ages grappled with new technologies and expectations as parents earned a new appreciation for the work that K–12 teachers do every day…………………………………………………………
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