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A “Post” Pandemic(s) Village Check-In: Pulse Checks and Recommendations for a Hard Re-Set in Education
Utilizing the lens of the “pandemic as portal” (Roy, 2020; Souto-Manning, 2021) and the need for a “hard re-set” (Ladson-Billings, 2021) of our current education system, this literature synthesis engages with head, health, and home to consider what a new normal could look like as we take a “village check-in” of each area. For head, we consider the systemic barriers to equitable academic achievement that have long been in place for Black and Brown students. When considering health, we look at the impact of the pandemic on teacher well-being and how this may impact their ability to teach effectively and equitably. Lastly, in a pulse check of home, we look back at the unequal past, while orienting forward towards opportunities for re-imagining home-school connections as we negotiate what a new normal can look like “post” pandemic(s).
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Jackson, J. J., Moldavan, A. M., & Valauri, A. (2023). A “Post” Pandemic(s) Village Check-In: Pulse Checks and Recommendations for a Hard Re-Set in Education. National Youth Advocacy and Resilience Journal, 6(1). https://doi.org/10.20429/nyarj.2023.060103