As voice-activated devices transition from homes to classrooms, dozens of teachers now lead spelling practice, present history lessons and interact with their students in new ways. Teachers also experiment with new modes of engagement that students will see in their professional lives.
COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of students, teachers and communities. But most of us recognize that the education system has been in need of disruption for years, says DA guest columnist David Miyashiro, superintendent of the Cajon Valley Union School District.
One proposal would prohibit felons from serving on school boards. A separate bill would address school board members’ conduct by allowing a superintendent to suspend a member of a school board pending the results of a forensic, fiscal or performance audit.