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Amie Ell, Peter Knowles, Jenna Mobley and Kelly Hume stand outside Columbia High School on April 21. 

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The days of “classroom management” as students distracted each other with side conversations gave way to seeking “classroom engagement” for teachers at Columbia High School during the pandemic, English and social studies teacher Kelly Hume said.

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PORTLAND, Ore., April 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Among the many ways in which schools are being transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic, changes in public school enrollment is one likely to have important consequences in classrooms across the nation, particularly for the youngest learners. According to recent research, U.S. districts reported a substantial drop in the number of students enrolled in kindergartens in 2020-2021, a shift that suggests a "kindergarten bubble" in the coming school year as these students enter school.