The day after the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, Amber Moye went to work with a sense of numbness. And when arrived, she was directed to treat the day like any typical school day.“I think we’re losing the human aspect of it,” said Moye, who teaches third grade in New Haven Public Schools. “This is a thing that happened to a group of people and essentially the impact of it goes beyond the room where children lost their lives. We need to recognize that ‘today’ is not a regular day and how do we navigate through that.”Connecticut educators have been saying that teachers need to be given space to process traumatic events, like the Texas shooting, before having discussions with students.