Going Back to School As a Grieving Teacher
After a year of virtual classrooms, what have we learned?
“Make lesson plans for two weeks. You probably won’t need them, but plan for it anyway.”
Should we even be sitting this close?
You can’t be this version of you here. You can’t show this side of you now.
Erin Crosby-Eckstine is a writer and teacher in Brooklyn. Her bylines have appeared in HelloGiggles and The Cut.
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