City Visions: Schools Navigate Remote Learning; Novelist Vanessa Hua on Finding Joy in a Pandemic
Schools are closed, and Zoom is the new classroom for thousands of Bay Area students. We'll discuss how local school districts are handling distance learning, get tips from teachers and hear about what we can do to create equitable learning experiences for all. We'll also get a update on the lastest local pandemic developments and hear a specially composed reflection on life in the coronavirus era by Bay Area novelist Vanessa Hua.
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Erin Allday, health reporter, San Francisco Chronicle
Peter Chin-Hong, professor of medicine and infectious diseases specialist, UCSF
JC Farr, principal, Tamalpais High School in Marin County
Lisa Kelly, 6th grade English teacher at the Life Academy in Oakland
Jill Tucker, K-12 education reporter, San Francisco Chronicle
Vanessa Hua, novelist whose books include "Decceit and Other Possibilities" and "A River of Stars"