Today we invite Cassie Karp to our table to discuss the missing voices in the complicated discussions about whether or not schools should resume this fall in-person during the Covid-19 pandemic. Cassie Karp hails from MN, land of cheese and 45-minute goodbyes. By day she is a middle school teacher in a large urban district, by night she is a mother of two small children. Cassie has been in education for her entire career, serving as a teacher for 12 years. She holds a bachelor’s in Secondary Education from the University of MN – Duluth. In her non-existent spare time, Cassie is pursuing her master’s in education and searching for the perfect margarita recipe. She believes that education matters and that learning is a lifelong process.
In this episode, Cassie brings forth a host of thoughts and issues that haven’t been brought to public attention, but as teachers, many of our hometown heroes have had to grapple through the thought of what school will look like and how to keep your kids, themselves and their family safe.
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