What will schooling look like when the buildings finally reopen (whenever that may be) and authorities have determined it is safe for children and adults to resume their lives beyond their own homes? Will things simply pick up, relatively unchanged, from where they left off before the crisis, or will there be big changes in the way Americans view and do school?

The authors of this post hope it is the latter, especially for younger students who largely are not given the time to do what research shows is good for them: learning through structured play and an end to standardized testing.

Read the full article in the Washington Post