Is the process bound to continue, like a dilapidated building collapsing on itself?
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How do we qualify for that?
The actual number of arrests in that period?
But for external audiences, perhaps I can ask them to make videos answering the questions: What did you do?
You struggled to get your kid through, she graduated, and the occasion is marked with … an email?
What does your summer plan for professional learning look like?
Will those students cluster in certain majors?
How do we budget for the next fiscal year?
What can we conclude from this series of studies?
My preferred outcome, of course, is a strong surge early enough that the question changes from ‘what do we cut?
Would someone tell these Republican senators that the overwhelming majority of their constituents send their children to public schools?
What kind of impact has online PD had during school closures?
But what about other aspects of STEM thinking outside of psychological science?
Will the allocation of students among programs change when teaching modalities shift so dramatically?
Looking back, I’ve decided one of the most important lessons to learn from the earlier catastrophes is that it is, of course, essential to address the immediate circumstance: What will the fall schedule look like?
Perhaps not, or to a far more limited extent?
Can Online Learning Be Better This Fall?
Q: What are the tricks to being published?
But what will they be able to claw back as a result?
And doesn’t that put the CARES Act in a different context, as whatever emerges is likely to be very inadequate?
So are charter schools public or private?