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John Pijanowski
Fulbright Scholar, Professor of ethics and educational leadership at the University of Arkansas (tweets are my own), & oft-injured pickup basketball enthusiast.
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John Pijanowski 6h
Replying to @BobbyHoward63
Even better. Take over a hundred of them (jr high to HS), have them play football together, send them to other towns every week to get infected by them, play even if several players get positive tests (Gov. actually said that today), then mix with multiple generations of family.
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Jesse Gibson 9h
Yikes. School in Indiana didn’t make it to lunch the first day. 100 kids quarantined in Corinth, MS on the second day. A second grader tests positive on the second day of school in Georgia. Bleak news coming from school reopenings.
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John Pijanowski 9h
Replying to @John_Pijanowski
Apropos of everything
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John Pijanowski 9h
Replying to @mcleod
Amen
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Gregory Pijanowski 9h
This is a disaster that will reverberate for a long time.
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John Pijanowski 9h
Replying to @G_Pijanowski
“Students — who said they were told they could face expulsion for remaining home — returned to class despite reports of positive coronavirus cases among students and staff. North Paulding High School, reopened Monday despite an outbreak among its high school football team.”
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John Pijanowski 10h
Chicago has the best pizza.
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Will Watson 10h
In Arkansas, you can get $50 back on your state taxes ($100 for a couple filing jointly) if you donate to a legislative campaign. We need seven more people to donate today to meet another goal and re-elect David.
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John Pijanowski 10h
Replying to @AngelaSterritt
As crazy as it sounds to people when they learn there were people who thought going on a cruise during a pandemic was a good idea I would like to point out - there is more room for social distancing on a cruise ship than there will be in your typical K-12 school this Fall.
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John Pijanowski 11h
Replying to @ent_prof
That is exactly the point - but the logistics of both (physically and pedagogically) simultaneously is a nightmare - as I am sure you know.
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John Pijanowski 11h
Replying to @iowastier
It is all very interesting to see their wording of "they will not receive credit for virtual days" and yet, these states have virtual schools so.....
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John Pijanowski 11h
Replying to @iowastier
I'd be interested to see it. Thanks for the info.
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John Pijanowski 12h
My mood during every COVID-19 data presentation
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John Pijanowski 12h
The timing is brutal. They have to go back to every parent now and replan *everything*
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John Pijanowski 12h
Replying to @iowastier
Did Iowa make that call recently or have districts been operating with that in mind for a while?
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Mike Rutherford 16h
Louisville announces that it has suspended all activities for four athletic teams after 29 positive COVID-19 tests linked to an off-campus party.
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John Pijanowski 12h
The Fayetteville return to school plan was just blown up as the state announced that schools are not allowed a face to face plan that does not include a full 5 day option. They had been planning a split schedule to allow for social distancing
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John Pijanowski 13h
Once more for the record, the phrase “data driven decision making” in education is now, and forever, dead to me.
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John Pijanowski 13h
Replying to @arkepi2020
But at least there are metrics guiding when to close schools... <places finger to ear piece> ... no, wait, I am now being told there are no metrics.
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John Pijanowski 13h
I just checked the historical records and found nothing....
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