Massachusetts teachers and students are getting ready to go back to school. Whether in-person, remote or hybrid, school this year will be different. This summer, one school in Connecticut resumed in-person classes before others. We interviewed one of those teachers – Susan Velardi – a 2nd grade teacher, who resumed in-person education because she was committed to deliver all children access to education. In Part 2 of this episode, learn how teachers supported each other in this new education model and what advice Susan gives to the teachers, parents and children gearing up to resume in person and remote education.
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