Over the past year, the struggle with educating our children and living through a pandemic is reaching points of escalation. One recent incident involving school board members mocking parents gained national attention. While meeting virtually, unaware that their discussions were live and open to the public, the board members spoke in a disparaging manner towards parents of students in their district. The technical “slip-up” demonstrates that parents, teachers, and school board members must navigate through differing opinions regarding education plans and processes. Noah and Scott examine this issue closely comparing behaviors, practices, and necessary changes for creating a functional system that accelerates our youth into a successful future.
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