Students Learned So Much More During the Pandemic Than We Realize. Just Ask Them.

For Lucinda, a Chicana high school senior, the shift to online school—while not great for completing schoolwork—created new time and space for other kinds of learning.

During the COVID-19 shutdown of spring 2020, she taught herself to garden and started reading a book about Mexican-American history—her own history, as she puts it—called Radicals in the Barrio.

The shutdown, for her, was “a good time to do research” that offered “a lot of time to learn” and reflect. She was not alone.

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