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New Roles for Educators

Educators’ roles might need to shift in the 2020-21 school year to better support the needs of students in remote, hybrid, and in-person settings. The Council of Chief State School Officers, which represents state superintendents, outlined some roles schools might consider to focus attention in key areas: academics, technology, emotional support, and family outreach.

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