Why we can’t go back to normal ft. Shannon Salisbury

Why we can’t go back to normal ft. Shannon Salisbury

Before becoming a secondary teacher, Shannon Salisbury (she/them) worked in public education, community development, and social work. Her teaching practice is deeply informed by her experience of being a parent.

Shannon’s article in Our Schools/Our Selves raises concerns around the idea of “returning to normal”. We need to attend to the students who were already being marginalized, if not harmed, by the way things were being done before the pandemic.

They can be found on Twitter at @just_shannon_s.

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