Johns Hopkins Professor Annette Anderson On Safe Schools

And why Black families may not be eager to have their children return to in-person schools

Annette Anderson, a native of Baltimore, is a faculty member at the Johns Hopkins School of Education. A founding principal of a charter school, she’s currently the deputy director for the new Center for Safe and Healthy Schools at Johns Hopkins. She’s also one of the three co-founders of the eSchool+ Initiative, which launched its seminal state School …

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