Public schools are opening this week, but back to school looks different than ever before. Most K-12 students in New Jersey and across the country will be spending at least some of the week learning remotely and some districts are starting off the school year offering classes online only in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Manuel Jimenez, assistant professor of pediatrics and family medicine and community health at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School – who also serves as director of developmental and behavioral pediatrics education at the Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities – offers some advice on setting realistic expectations for the state of the school year. To read the full story.
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