“When you have a group of people in this country who only believe in math when it comes to tax rates, and don’t believe in science, you can pretend all you want, but you’re in denial; the math doesn’t change.”
From St. Louis, my brother Boaz Roth checks in to talk about how his role as a teacher has changed in the COVID-19 era. We get into how this experience measures up with the time his house burned down and his family had to live in a rental for 9 months while they rebuilt, the books he’s reading, and the optimal size for an online seminar. Give it a listen!
“I think my grandchildren will someday look me in the eye and say, ‘How could you not know?'”
You can listen to all these COVID Check-In episodes at The COVID-19 Sessions.
About our Guest
Boaz Roth is my brother. He teaches at a private school in St. Louis, MO. I got the hair, he got the workout ethic, religion, and the need for having a family.
Credits: The conversation was recorded remotely via Zencastr. I used a Heil PR-40 Dynamic Studio Recording Microphone feeding into a Cloudlifter CL-1 and a Mackie Onyx Blackjack 2×2 USB Recording Interface. All processing and editing done in Adobe Audition CC. Photo of Boaz by me. It’s on my instagram.