Several months into the COVID-19 pandemic, news media — including the Telegraph Herald — began to take a look at what things about the unprecedented disruption presented an opportunity for the future. So much was learned through necessity during those early months, then discussion turned to considering which changes could be adopted as new protocols to make things better.

Quickly rising to the surface came the suggestion that unscheduled school closures could be a thing of the past.

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Good luck with the teacher's union.

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