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Trust Me, Homeschooling and Quarantine Schooling Are Not the Same Thing

These past few weeks, I have been working from home while supervising my children, ages ten and twelve, as they work on...

Providence Teacher Makes Face-Shields and Students See Value of What They’re Learning in Real Time

One reality of life during COVID-19 is the daily emotional roller coaster we ride, driven by sad stories of pain and loss...

LTL Ep. 1: Teaching in the Age of COVID-19 (ft. Jasmine Lane)

https://www.facebook.com/projectforeverfree/videos/546666186230542/ In the wake of the widespread closures of school districts, teachers have had to adjust to the...

Video Interview: Jasmine Lane on Teaching in the Age of COVID-19

I had the distinct honor of speaking with the phenomenal and always thought provoking Jasmine Lane, an English teacher from Minnesota who...

I’ve Gotten a Glimpse Into What Remote Learning Looks Like for Low-Income Students and I Don’t Like What I See

I find it hard to imagine what remote learning looks like for our low-income students. As a person who grew up in...

Schools Giving Students Laptops Is Great, But Let’s Make Sure They Have Internet Access Too

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned 2020 upside down. Many people have called the situation we are facing unprecedented. Although there are many...

It Was Hard Being a Dyslexia Mom Before Coronavirus and Now It’s Even Harder

For me, helping my son go from a bright but illiterate fourth-grader to a high school student who can read and write was an incredible full-time...

Video Chat: Two Moms Offer Tips for Parents Who Need to Get Their Own Work Done with Kids Home All the Time

It is clear from reading the newspaper or scrolling through social media that many parents are exasperated by feeling like they can't...