Pamela Cantor, M.D. and the New Three Rs in Washington Post
Turnaround for Children’s Pamela Cantor, M.D. and The Three Rs: Relationships, Routines and Resilience were cited in a Washington Post article titled, “How relationships between teachers and students are being tested in covid-19 crisis,” by Valerie Strauss.
Originally appearing in an article for Hechinger Report, Strauss shares the piece with Washington Post readers to highlight the current state of student-teacher relationships in the COVID-19 era. Strauss states:
“In many schools, students rely on their teachers not only for academics but also for a sense of stability, comfort and more. But when students and teachers have to depend on technology to communicate, the dynamic is shifting in ways that concern some teachers. That is explained in this post about student-teacher relationships.”
Read the article on the Washington Post.