COVID-19 has disrupted seemingly every facet of education. For teachers, the change has meant shifting to online instruction as you learn how to use it. Communication with parents and school administrators has also become perhaps more important than ever.

While everyone plays a pivotal role in transitioning to remote learning, teachers are on the front lines. They’re tasked with implementing rapidly changing school policies, and ensuring students continue to have access to quality education.

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With so much unknown about the future of education, many aspiring instructors are probably asking themselves, Is it a good time to become a teacher? Here are a few things to keep in mind:

Acknowledge the challenges

In these unprecedented times, every business has struggled to quickly adapt to social distancing requirements and stay-at-home orders.

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Brian Soika is a Digital Content Writer in the Office of Strategic Enrollment Services, USC Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California.