The pandemic upended our education system last March, when schools closed and teachers and students were forced to pivot to online learning with little to no time to prepare. Laptops and iPads were frantically ordered and allotted to students, Wi-Fi hotspots were distributed to students in rural areas, and everyone quickly learned how to Zoom. During this time . . .

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