Flexibility & Grace: Lessons Learned in K-12 during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Dr. Chevella T. Wilson, Raymond J. Ankrum


The start of the school year 2020 was a tumultuous time for stakeholders. Parents had to make accommodations for school programs. Teachers and students on the frontlines had to make mental and physical adjustments to in-person and online learning. No matter how one looks at it, post Covid-19 school will never be the same. This article takes a deep dive into why schools that had to adjust learners will be in a more situated space to ensure learning occurs in a manner consistent with schools that provide high-quality instruction for students and families.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/ct.v4n2p1


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