DSoE Ep. 1: We Can’t Reopen Schools Without Talking About This

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Ep. 1: We Can't Reopen Schools Without Talking About This

What good is it to reopen schools in-person or remote if the quality is still poor? Host Rashad Turner will dig into this and more on what it’s going to take to have a real conversation on reopening schools in Minnesota.

Posted by Justice for The Cities on Sunday, August 2, 2020

What good is it to reopen schools in-person or remote if the quality is still poor? Host Rashad Turner, Executive Director of the Minnesota Parent Union digs into this and more on what it’s going to take to have a real conversation on reopening schools in Minnesota.

Some highlights from Rashad going in on our disparities, love of the status quo, and the inability of our leaders to move the needle for our students.

So, how do we move forward with all the uncertainty around reopening and the start of the school year? Watch the full episode above and drop us a comment with your thoughts.

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