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Corey A. DeAngelis
Imagine if you were forced to pay your local grocery store even if they didn't reopen. They would have little incentive to reopen effectively You have essentially just imagined the K-12 school system.
A new survey finds parents are substantially more satisfied with private and charter schools’ responses to the pandemic than they were with those of traditional public schools.
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Jonas Preest Jul 25
Replying to @DeAngelisCorey
Teachers, in our school district, are still preparing lessons, providing online materials and support, meeting with students remotely, correcting schoolwork, and organizing full-class zoom-style sessions. The schools are also providing meals for students in need.
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Jessica Garcia Jul 25
Replying to @DeAngelisCorey
I’m confused. Who, just WHO, do you think is providing the virtual instruction for these kids? As an educator, I have worked MORE to create online learning content for my students and pretty much have to be available 24/7. Come and give it a try yourself.
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Zekariah McNeal Jul 25
Replying to @DeAngelisCorey
This is a terrible analogy man. Lol, do I need to spell it out
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Jenny Gillis Jul 26
Apparently so.
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Milinn Kremitzki Jul 25
Replying to @DeAngelisCorey
My grocery store now delivers to my home, so they need to be paid for the goods and extra for the service. My son’s teachers are rewriting a curriculum for him to learn from home, to keep us all safe, so they should be paid for the education and extra for the additional service
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Jenny Gillis Jul 26
Exactly. Schools are not closed. The buildings are. If grocery stores were closed, we would not be able to purchase anything from them. Your property taxes aren’t a payment for education from which you can demand a refund.
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Tuck Blackham Jul 25
Replying to @DeAngelisCorey
This is one of the dullest analogies I've ever seen and considering the climate of the last few years, that's quiet an achievement, well done!
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Pk Jul 25
Replying to @DeAngelisCorey
Barrons school shut down.
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Diane L Jul 26
Replying to @DeAngelisCorey
If teachers are teaching online classes, they should be paid. School systems sti need to mantain buildings, get lesson materials to students etc
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Jenny Gillis Jul 26
Yes! I’m not going to work for free!
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