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    Talbot Community School’s Nicole Casasa-Blouin leads a discussion of fables with her students. “I think I’ve gotten into a good routine,” she says. “I definitely am stressed. It’s a lot of work and a lot to manage. ... I think we’re all doing the best we can.”

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    Seen through clear plastic dividers on desks, Tom Walsh talks to students about an assignment while teaching a sociology class at Falmouth High School on Friday.

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    Nicole Casasa-Blouin talks with her fourth-grade students while teaching outside at Talbot Community School in Portland on Thursday.

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    Keri Harrod reads the Lois Lowry book "Gooney Bird Greene" to her second-grade class outdoors at Coastal Ridge Elementary School on Friday.

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    Nicole Casasa-Blouin listens to Zakariya Aar as he works on an assignment identifying the life lesson in a fable that her fourth-grade students read during an outside class Talbot Community School in Portland on Thursday.

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    Tom Walsh reviews an assignment with students while teaching a sociology class at Falmouth High School on Friday.

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    Keri Harrod reads the Lois Lowry book "Gooney Bird Greene" to her second-grade class outdoors at Coastal Ridge Elementary School on Friday.

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    Nicole Casasa-Blouin hands out writing paper to her fourth-grade students while teaching outside at Talbot Community School in Portland on Thursday.

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    Tom Walsh goes over the details of an assignment while teaching a sociology class at Falmouth High School on Friday.

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    Nicole Casasa-Blouin and her fourth-grade students head back into Talbot Community School carrying their supplies in their buckets at the end of an outdoor class in Portland on Thursday.

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    Tom Walsh reviews results of a survey using the Bechdel Test while teaching a sociology class at Falmouth High School on Friday.

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