This is the place to contribute an extraordinary story as an educator or student facing the challenges of teaching and learning during COVID-19. Do not be put off by the word “extraordinary” — because that describes everything now.  Some of the most interesting ones are individual efforts. If you are looking for ideas, see the full collection of all stories.  Vea nuestro nuevo formulario para compartir una historia, ahora disponible en español.

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