To a devoted Puerto Rican second grade teacher in Florida's hard-hit Orange County, this news comes as no surprise.
"We are seeing classrooms with 25 students, 20 students, with not six feet of social distancing," said Ana Fusco, Broward Teachers Union president.
In a CDC survey, Latino respondents reported more symptoms of depressive disorder, suicidal thoughts, and anxiety than any other ethnic group.
Latino parents see their role in education as taking care of values while teachers take care of knowledge. COVID-19 has forced education roles to change, raising concerns about learning loss.
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The Education Department’s decision raises a red flag for parents and experts.
Michelle Pizzini, a second-grade teacher in Orlando, is using her 30-year experience to adapt to a pandemic. She is determined to keep her students focused.