- #7 Put people first
- #6 Keep perspective and say thank you
- #5 Continue to offer opportunities
- #4 Less is more
- #3 Be responsive and flexible
- #2 Make and communicate a plan
- #1 Don’t go it alone Read article
For Teachers: Summer Reading During Turbulent Times Influenced by the pandemic and social unrest, two teachers recommend books to read this summer on topics like wrestling with loss, addressing inequity, and recharging for the school year ahead.
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