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Balancing Life: K-12 Schooling Q&A Session



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Hosted by Crystal Tyler-Mackey, Extension Specialist, Community Viability, Virginia Tech. Presenters include Andrea Carson Johnson, 2020 Virginia Teacher of the Year; and Ariane Williams, 2016 High School Teacher of the Year: Suffolk Public Schools, and teacher at Chesapeake City Schools, Virginia

This resource is available as a video only. 

This is a conversation with current Virginia Teacher of the Year, Andrea Carson Johnson and her colleague, a previous Teacher of the Year, Ariane Williams. They will discuss what schooling will look like this year, whether in the building or virtually, what the expectations are for parents, talk about students in special or exceptional education, and take questions from participants.

For more videos in this series, visit Balancing Life.

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Publication Date

August 3, 2020