A Florida teacher has gone viral after she shared her concerns about teaching online in an open letter, along with a teary video to her school district last month.
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Terry Kinder, a seventh grade civics teacher in Bellview, explained how she, and many other teachers are breaking under the pressures of teaching online while also having to give standardized tests to her students, despite technology limitations.
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“I am tired. I am at my breaking point. All of us feel like we are drowning under the weight of the expectations for online learning,” Kinder wrote in the letter.
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Kinder, who has been teaching for six years, Good Morning America reported, was initially hopeful