In our third episode of Intersect Ed, we will hear from several members of the Class of 2020 in Houston about how school closures and emergency remote learning impacted their final semester of high school. School leaders and educators also share the ways they tried to help these seniors navigate their final days of high school in the midst of a global pandemic.
Clarence Washington used to be in law enforcement. But then a friend asked him: “You’re catching people right now, but what if you went and tried to prevent it in the first place?”
Now a teacher and coach at Key Middle School in Houston ISD, Clarence is a role model and advocate for his students.
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