Over the past two years, educators in Connecticut have been challenged by pandemic-related logistical burdens, budget ups and downs, dramatic teacher shortages, and divisive rhetoric. This is in addition to the ever-present threat of COVID-19 and the uncertainty that accompanies localized outbreaks.
Given the growing importance of education as a pathway to economic and social opportunity, it is not enough to yearn for a return to normalcy. As we enter a new year, here are five resolutions for educators and policy makers to consider.
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