Keeping the cameras on in classrooms – even after the pandemic?

Writing in Education Next recently, Michael J. Petrilli provides a good argument for keeping teachers on camera, even when the world returns to normal in the – we hope – not too distant future. Part of his argument revolves around the value such a practice would bring for students who are ill at home, or who can’t make it to school for other reasons. But he is also quick to point out the potential barriers this can throw up, not the least of which is the fear many teachers will have of being constantly under external scrutiny. Read the full article here.