Teachers are working harder than ever. Without much notice educators were forced to make quick changes, changes they never thought they would have to make. School was going virtual.
This decision was one that was made for educators. It was one that was heart breaking to hear, but also one that came with some relief knowing that maybe just maybe one of their students would stay safe form the virus that has been wreaking havoc all over the world. And it was a decision that was worrisome, for those students who depend on meals from school, and that one loving adult that makes their lives at home a little easier to handle. It was a decision that would change the way we view the world.
You see when an educator thinks about their students it is thoughts of love and concern. They spend most of their days with these children and only want what is best for them. So when states decided that what was best was to shut down to keep students and their families safe, it was one that teachers would have to embrace, in a way. Instead of complaining they spent many sleepless nights, days locked away from their own families, and weeks of worry trying to come up with the best plan for their students. They made sacrifices to help ensure that your child could still learn. Using the resources they have available to them.