Last night I had the great pleasure to speak with my friend Marisol Quevedo Rerucha of the National Parents Union during her nightly restorative check-in. If you need to catch your breath, she has a nice breathing exercise for you!
We had the opportunity to discuss two strategies to support learning that aren’t getting enough air time during the pandemic: the value of outdoor learning and exploration, and the need for schools to partner with, not dictate to, families.
And if you need some reassurance for your worries about students losing out on their education as a result of the pandemic, Marisol’s gentle way of being and long experience in alternative charter schools will help restore your faith. Give us a listen!
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