California teachers have witnessed massive disruption and responded to the challenges of Covid. Now they have a year’s worth of observations and insights to share with their colleagues.
Teachers share their messages for policymakers, education leaders and the public.
Teachers discuss whether their experiences of teaching during the pandemic has caused them to consider changing careers.
Teachers discuss the conditions under which they would be comfortable resuming in-person instruction.
Teachers discuss how they relied on colleagues and long hours to solve challenges and learn new technologies they’ll use moving forward.
Teachers reflect on the impact of the pandemic and distance learning on their students’ academic progress.
Teachers express concerns about the effect of the pandemic and distance learning on their students' social and emotional wellbeing.
Survey responses to 25 questions offer a comprehensive look at distance learning through a teacher’s lens.
To assess students during distance learning, teachers are relying on informal check-ins, open notes and webcams to monitor a student’s behavior.
During this crisis, schools and teachers should focus on keeping students engaged and learning.
Teacher shares tips for distance learning gleaned from teaching summer school during the pandemic.
Many districts will open with online instruction but hope to bring more students back later in the fall depending on health conditions.
The California Teachers Association says a 45-year-old law on classroom recordings prevents districts from requiring live online instruction.
School districts and the state must be proactive in supporting teachers to prevent burnout and teachers leaving the profession.