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Online learning is no game of Minecraft | READER COMMENTARY

Peter Kannam, principal of Henderson-Hopkins School, talks with a student in a 5-7 grade classroom. Henderson-Hopkins Safe Center for Online Learning is a partnership with the Y in Central Maryland for 100 of the school's students grades K-7.
Peter Kannam, principal of Henderson-Hopkins School, talks with a student in a 5-7 grade classroom. Henderson-Hopkins Safe Center for Online Learning is a partnership with the Y in Central Maryland for 100 of the school's students grades K-7. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)

Kudos to my teacher of the year, David Cantor, of the Baltimore City Public Schools. His recent letter to the editor (“There’s nothing virtual about what goes on in my classroom,” Oct. 16) deserves to be republished on the front page.

Mr. Cantor’s description of his distributed classroom nailed it. These are words every parent everywhere needs to read. Bravo to Mr. Cantor!

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B. H. Meyer, Elkridge

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