The pandemic has impacted how we conduct our daily lives on every level.
One area that was and still is challenged is education. When schools closed, a whole new way of learning had to take place, with varying degrees of success.
Some students have adjusted well to remote learning. Others have suffered on many levels as they have not had the adult support or the technical tools and ability to keep up.
Yet how we educate our young people is critical or we risk an entire generation falling behind.
Tune in to hear insights from students, parents and educators on the challenges of learning today, and the issues social distancing has posed to many of our young people.
Joining hosts Dennis McCuistion and Jim Falk are
Deana Dynis, Ed.D.
Executive Director of Teaching and Learning
Coppell Independent School District
Young Woman’s Leadership Academy at Bill Arnold
Grand Prairie ISD
Anna Marie Sifford
Dallas/ISD Distinguished Teacher
WW. Samuell High School
World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth
Michelle Neely, Ed.D.
Dean of Students
Ferris Jr. High
Micah, 7th grade
Luis, 11th grade
Andres, 10th grade
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