I offer a break today from everything awful — school shootings, urban crime, war, earthquake, illness, death, right-wing threats to American democracy — to tell you about a creative effort to enrich the lives of children. It’s what the world needs. During the first year of the pandemic, teachers across the land faced the toughest challenge of their careers: Teaching kids at a distance. Evan Margolis, a tutor in New York City, had it even tougher. All of his young students had difficulty learning. He worried that remote learning would mean no learning at all.
Rodricks: Children of the world need to see fewer guns, more puppets
June 24, 2022