Schools did not have the luxury of time to plan changes forced by the pandemic. They had to innovate quickly. Now the question is might some of those innovations stick?

As part of our series Learning Curve, we talked with Ohio Department of Education chief strategy officer Shaun Yoder, as well as Marcy Raymond and Annalies Corbin from the PAST Foundation in Columbus, which has been conducting listening sessions for the education department to hear from families about their experiences this past year.

While remote learning brought some frustrations, Corbin says the more they talked with parents, teachers and students, the more they found a benefit in how students had ownership of their remote experience. A portion of the conversation is shared here.

ANNALIES CORBIN: They (students)

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