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Rural Superintendents Lament: ‘We Went from Being Heroes to Villains’

This story was originally published by The Conversation. When the pandemic first closed schools in March 2020, it was an emergency response that upended the typical priorities of public education. Schools suddenly needed to distribute laptops and tablets, set up Wi-Fi hot spots, check on families and distribute food previously served in cafeterias – all while […]