Communities have a huge impact on what happens in classrooms and vice versa, said Dr. Pamela Pugh MI State Board of Education vice president. School districts know kids want to get back to school as soon as possible, but how fast that happens depends on their communities and how seriously people take the virus, Pugh said.
“January is a date, COVID does not care about the fact that a semester starts in January, the community has to care about that,” Pamela Pugh said.
Dr. Pamela Pugh, MI State Board of Education VP, angers charter school groups. Dr. Pugh suggests taking funding from charter school profit-makers vs. classroom, children, teachers to support MI Civil Rights' call to leave 25% school funding with child’s home school, a model similar to Massachusetts'. https://pamelalpugh.com/.../support-of-civil-rights...
Dr. Pamela Pugh serves as the President of the Michigan State Board of Education which is a statewide elected position. Use of her duly elected title and photographs related to the position do not imply endorsement of the Michigan State Board of Education or any entity affiliated.