The Black Scholars Podcast

Episode 31—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education (Part 6) with Charmae Damper

June 7, 2020

New Episode — In the final installment of the How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education series, I am joined by Charmae Damper, a 2nd grade educator in Washington, D.C. On this episode, we discuss urban education, charter schools, ClassDojo, teacher burnout, employee morale, CDC school recommendations, and much more.


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