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The COVID-19 pandemic forced millions of Americans into going to school online this year. As many teachers, students and families struggle to adapt, we talk to Nicolette VanDelinder, a fully virtual teacher based in Colorado, to see how virtual classrooms differ from the physical and what parents and students can do to make the best of it.
This week we also announced our commitment to becoming better allies to the Black community. Join us to educate yourself by checking out Justice in June, an online learning resource created by Autumn Gupta and Bryanna Wallace for those wanting to become better allies to the Black community.