Thoughts on the effects of online learning by those affected by it most: Students and Teachers

Student Jesus Gutierrez participating in online learning from his kitchen. Photo by Marisol Hernandez.
Timeline JS on the school closures around the United States. Credit Marisol Hernandez
Student Jesus Gutierrez’s Classroom looks a little different this school year. Photo by Marisol Hernandez




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