The coronavirus, while making our lives difficult, also provided the space for reflection. What is really important to us? From thinking deeply on what it means to belong, to doubling down on teaching climate change, to shifting our focus on compassion and grace, the teacher-authors in this issue of Kaleidoscope ponder what matters to them and how to make a new reality.

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From The Editors' Desk

    From the Editors’ Desk: What does it mean to be a journal?

    What does it mean to be a journal?

    Kaleidoscope: Educator Voices and Perspectives is a journal that shares stories by teachers for teachers. But what does the term journal imply? We’ve been pondering that question a lot recently—wondering about the ways that the word may unintentionally and intentionally put up barriers to engaging more people in sharing stories and in reading the stories we have.