‘How the School Shutdown of 2020 Impacted Teachers & Students’

‘How the School Shutdown of 2020 Impacted Teachers & Students’

In Their Own Words: ‘How the School Shutdown of 2020 Impacted Teachers & Students’

In Their Own Words

JANUARY 2021 PODCAST – During this past year, we have explored relevant and topical educational issues each month. In today’s podcast, we’ll take a look back at some of the memorable moments from our 2020 podcasts. Our focus will be on how teachers adjusted to the school shutdown.

Podcast transcript found here.

This compilation podcast features:

ADMINISTRATORS:

  • MICHAEL MARRAPODI, Dean of Online Programming at Cambridge College
  • JAMES WEAVER, the director of performing arts and sports from the National Federation of State High School Associations
  • KEVIN MCCASKILL, Executive Director, Madison Park Technical Vocational High School, Boston
  • JORGE SANTANA, Executive Director of the PACE Career Academy Charter School, Pembroke, New Hampshire
  • KENNESHA KELLY, co-founder and Executive Director of Kingsman Academy, Washington, DC

TEACHERS:

  • RACHEL SILVA, English Teacher, Durfee Academy, Fall River
  • LISA HONEYMAN, Math Teacher, Newton South High School
  • CHARLOTTLE BOCCUZZI, Special Education Paraprofessional, Ashland Public Schools
  • SETTENAH WRIGHT, English as a second language teacher for English Language Learning students, Madison Park Technical Vocational High School, Boston

STUDENTS:

  • JARIN, Durfee Academy, Fall River
  • EVAN, Durfee Academy, Fall River
  • HENRY, Needham High School
  • MAGGIE, Needham High School
  • SASHA, Needham High School

 


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