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Coronavirus changed our approach to education — and we shouldn’t look back (access required)

Improvisation is a bad fit for most of American education. Our system is overwhelmingly standardized, predicated on the notion that there are certain nuggets of information to be stuffed into the heads of our schoolchildren: take the number of nuggets, factor in the school calendar and you can predict with frightening accuracy what a school ...
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