Maximizing the time given: Teachers adapt to empty rooms

Andrea James, an English and AVID teacher at McNary High School, engages with students from her room at the school. 

By any measure, the classrooms at McNary High School feel surreal this fall. 

In Andrea James’ English and AVID room, there are no desks aside from hers. James, who typically has one of the best-curated, sizable collections of books in the entire school, has been reduced to a single, small bookshelf behind . . .

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