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LEARNING FROM HOME

With so much uncertainty and change during this year’s transition to Back-to-School, however it looks, we found that parents are looking for ways to keep it special for their kids. We have heard from parents that their kids need the excitement of new ideas, and normalcy of old traditions, more than ever to help keep them motivated and looking forward to this school year. We asked parents what they were doing this year. Read on for inspiration.

LEARNING FROM HOME

Reduce distractions and add some personality to your student's remote workspace with a custom divider or “schoolbicle” you can make yourself with easy to find products.

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Teaching in the New Normal

LEARNING FROM HOME

Teachers have always been masters of the “pivot,” making hundreds of decisions daily and living in perpetual flexibility. Hear stories of from two teachers and how they are thriving and surviving in their first weeks of teaching in the midst of a global pandemic.

LEARNING FROM HOME

Teachers are in the unique position to shape the perspectives of their students based on the material they present. Read one English teacher's strategies for broadening the worlds we present to our students.

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