Teachers across the state are voicing concerns about their dual roles of teaching students both online and in person, and some teachers are worried students are not getting the attention they need. “We truly believe that this is a disservice to our students to have our attention diverted,” said Diamonté Brown, the Baltimore Teachers Union president. The union had the attention of state lawmakers Monday night. The remarks via a virtual meeting with lawmakers come one week after some students in Maryland returned to the classroom.
‘Disservice To Students’: Teachers Voice Concerns About Dual Role Of Teaching Students In Person, Virtually Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
March 10, 2021