From the field: An education nonprofit CEO’s perspective on how to overcome disrupted learning in the US

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Valley News - Opinion
Adeola WhitneySpecial to Valley NewsAfter days of summer camp, afternoons at the park and time spent playing outside, another summer break is in the books. Whether they’re excited or nervous, students are heading back to the classroom for another school year.While children may have taken a break from teacher-led instruction for a few months, the past couple of years have taught us that learning never stops, especially for those focused on improving our education system.Over the summer, teachers and educators continued to think about new ways to innovate, respond and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.Much of the past two years has been uncertain. But in terms of supporting students, two things are abundantly clear: one, every one of them has incredible potential; two,
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