This paper highlights the voices of two superintendents' lived experiences guiding teachers, parents, and students in their districts during the pandemic shutdown. The emphasis of literacy education showcases the ways in which middle grades learners were able to continue discursive practices through online platforms to share and engage with texts. This reflective piece describes the process of perseverance in literacy education through the pandemic pause.
Evans, D., Paquette, P., Rosser-Mims, D., Oatts, T., & Coley, B. (2022). Reading Through the Pause: How Superintendents Viewed Literacy for Middle Grade Learners During the Pandemic. The Journal of Advancing Education Practice, 3(1). https://openriver.winona.edu/jaep/vol3/iss1/10