CSU to Study Teachers and Covid-19 Disruptions
Teachers are one of the many everyday heroes that rose to the challenge of these times. Learning how to do remote teaching was no easy feat. Researchers at Colorado State University plan to study how teachers are dealing with the new normal of their work.
Colorado State University researchers said that "this environment of disruption across the country’s public schools provides a new opportunity to take a deep dive into what makes teachers resilient, even in the midst of a pandemic." They plan to study teachers that are new to the profession.
DeeDee Wright, Noyce program coordinator and former science teacher, will lead the survey. Wright, who served over 25 years in public education said “I don’t think I could have ever imagined this type of disruption to the education system.”
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