Without a serious effort to regain public trust, Chicago Public Schools will not make headway on any reopening plan.
We can’t launch the CPS hybrid plan while Illinois leads the nation in Covid cases. Yet some kids do need to be face-to-face with teachers and peers. It’s time to look beyond remote vs. hybrid and put adults in person with children safely and creatively.
The pandemic has revealed what many adults feared to admit: school is not for learning. It’s for child care and community. Could we create a society where learning isn’t bound up with social safety nets? Could we separate learning from the rat race of “achievement” and credentials?
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It took four generations, and a way out of failing public schools, before Memphis great-grandmother Sarah Carpenter‘s family included college graduates. In this video, Carpenter tells Joe Biden he can’t keep letting Black and Brown families wait that long for quality schools. If you like what you’re hearing here, you can learn more about Sarah and the parent organizations she…