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Teachers excited to have children back in classrooms

by | Aug 11, 2021 | Education

Whitt Elementary School fourth-grade math teacher Mad­ison Shattuck missed the con­ventional rhythms of classroom instruction last year.

“Excited is mainly what I am,” she said about the return to normal classroom teaching this year, when teachers will have classes in person, as vir­tual learning will not be offered this year. She taught on campus but also had to teach a hybrid of in-person and virtual.

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By Don Munsch[email protected]

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