I last posted something from Larry Ferlazzo, a veteran high school teacher in Sacramento, in April, when he was tweeting about his experiences teaching online during the coronavirus pandemic and saying unequivocally: However hard you think it might be, it’s harder. Now he is back with a prediction of how his class — and many others — will look in the fall, assuming school buildings actually open at all.School districts are starting to make plans for how to reopen for the new school year in the fall, coming up with contingency options for continued remote learning, in-school learning or a blending of the two. Emerging plans call for schedules, seating arrangements, lesson planning and other things to be vastly different from what was customary before the coronavirus pandemic forced most schools around the country (and the world) to close.Every year, he sums up the best and worst in education news of the year, and then he predicts what will happen in the coming year. He did not predict that a pandemic would shut down schools in 2020 and send tens of millions of students home to do their schoolwork. (But really, who did?)On his resource-sharing blog, he has been posting

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