Districts must empower teachers to lead the way for whole-child education

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“Just when life in post-Covid schools looks the bleakest in California, with growing teacher shortages and political wars disrupting classrooms, innovation and change for students, parents and teachers are emerging.

For example, $4.1 billion in funding for community schools, where health care, tutoring and other social supports converge on campus, offers educators an opportunity to break down the figurative walls between teaching and learning in schools and communities. In doing so, Anaheim Union High School District is jettisoning teach-to-test instruction, and creating opportunities for students to have choice and voice in their learning to ensure every graduate is career- and college-ready.”

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