Remote doesn't have to mean removed: How to bring science and math to life in the year of blended learning - Shared screen with speaker view
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What could society do to help increase the equity in today's environment? If we look at the Houston suburbs (katy isd, conroe isd) they started going back to school earlier this week, but if we look at more inner city districts we're still remote this week and moving towards staggered re-entry for ftf. Usually whenever suburban students are doing one thing and inner city students are doing another, it's the suburban student who is gaining more. On the other hand our students community does not have the resources to deal with potential covid outbreaks like suburban communities can. So do we have to choose between risking our communities health to help with the future or risk our future for today's health?