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Christina Torres on Leading Her Students Through the Anti-Racism Movement, and a Pandemic

By Jaclyn Borowski — June 19, 2020 3:34

Though there’s endless uncertainty around what school will look like in the fall, Christina Torres, a middle school teacher in Hawaii, has started to prepare for what’s to come. That includes considering what lessons are most important in a hybrid or distance learning environment, and how she’ll teach her students about anti-racism, as she and her colleagues re-evaluate their roles in the moment.

Jaclyn Borowski is the visuals editor for Education Week leading video and photo initiatives.

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