Apr 22, 2020
As states and districts begin this trickling process of making final announcements about the school year, many closing -at least physically – for the remainder of the school year, I’ve seen heartbreak reflected over and over in educators around the country. These feelings of loss. Over the progress we were making. Over the plans we’d set out. Over the routine we loved – a hundred little precious things that happened every day. Over the work we love, and most of all, over these children we love. There’s a collective mourning over the school year we thought we’d have.
Jill Riley talks with me about how to acknowledge and process our grief and why we need to do that in order to get "unstuck" and move forward.
Find show notes at: https://notjustcute.com/podcast/episode33