Returning to the Hood

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The decree came from on high. All schools in the city would be open for face-to-face instruction five days a week this year. The previous year, we had done our best to provide instruction for students remotely, with mixed success. Some students loved learning online and did well. Some did not attend by choice. Others were not able to attend due to homelessness, lack of internet, or…

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I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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John Egelkrout

John Egelkrout

I am a teacher in an inner-city alternative school and work a small hobby farm with my wife. I write about politics, education, and social issues.

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