Sunday Apr 19, 2020
Sunday Apr 19, 2020
On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Wylie Tidwell, III, an Ethnic Studies/AP U.S. History instructor with 14 years of teaching experience (Cobb County, Georgia). We discuss the pandemic and it's impact on the role of educators, distance learning, student achievement, potential long-term effects, and more.
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