Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Los Angeles high school sustains connections that matter

Hector Lopez, a teacher and head of the math department at El Camino Real Charter High School in Los Angeles, thinks a lot about his students’ well-being during social distancing. After all, being apart from friends and teachers is hard. But he’s not terribly concerned about student learning. “We’ve managed to make a really good transition. Speaking for myself, in some ways, I see this as an exciting time in education,” Hector said, adding that he believes teachers are innovating and will take some of the new practices they develop during distance learning back into the classroom. Investing in students... Posted at