In other words, there's no such thing as a new normal. But here we are anyway. Have some reading to pass the time.
My Transition To Emergency Remote Teaching
As always, I would like to be as smart as P. L. Thomas when I grow up. Here, while reflecting on his own transition, he offers insight on what is or is not right with remote teaching.
A Dozen Good Things That Could (Just Maybe) Happen As A Result Of This Pandemic
Nancy Flanagan has some optimistic thoughts about where we could end up when all this is done.
No, Everyone Is Not Homeschooling Now
From the blog a Potluck Life, a few thoughts from a homeschooler about how to just relax about this whole schooling at home thing.
Are charter schools public or private?
Jan Resseger takes a look at the recent attempts by charter schools to identify as public or private depending on which designation brings in the most money.
David Berliner: Hoe Successful Charter Schools Cull and Cream
Berliner is one of the top academics looking at ed reform. Here he is guesting at Diane Ravitch's blog to offer some insights into how, exactly, charter schools control which students they serve.
Teachers Could Retire In Droves
Andre Perry looks at what might happen if teachers decide that this is just the last straw and looks like a good time to finally retire.
What Teaching Looks Like Coronavirus
Well, I'll be. Some reporters at NPR decided to talk to actual teachers about the effects of the pandemic pause. Imagine that.
Google classroom app flooded with 1-star reviews
Students have one way to voice their opinions during crisis schooling.
No, this is not the new normal
Robert Pondiscio checks in at the Fordham blog with some level-headed thinking from the reformster side of the tracks. No, remote learning is not about to become the primary form of US schooling.
Screens and worksheets aren't the answer
Rae Pica takes to Medium to stand up for sensible education ideas for the littles.
What a Global Pandemic Reveals about Inequity in Education
Christina Torres on Medium to alk about the big fat underlining of inequity that has occurred under the current crisis.
Online Learning Should Return To A Supporting Role
The New York Times offers this from David Deming: "Winner-take-all economics and cost-cutting may make many in-person lectures obsolete, but the best education continues to be intensive, expensive and done in person."