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Resources for Members Remote Teaching, Coping, and More
To support our members and the community, SPSP is providing a list of resources for teaching and coping during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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Teaching online, remote work, homeschooling—our personal and professional lives have been altered in unfamiliar ways. The Early Career Committee has compiled some tips and resources to help ease the transition.

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All else being equal, religious people have better health outcomes than less religious people. But being at risk for COVID-19 may be a troubling exception to this rule.

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