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Federal interpretation of the CARES Act, contend the attorneys general of Michigan, California, Maine, New Mexico, Wisconson and District of Columbia, will hurt low-income and at-risk students and their teachers, as well as the public schools that serve them and need to meet students’ educational and social-emotional needs due to pandemic-related school closures.
What a parent-teacher home visit program in Washoe County School District (Nevada) looks like and how other districts can create a similar initiative.
Leveraging both technology-based and face-to-face instructional approaches, blended learning in this state will be supported by federal funds. School districts plan to increase instructional hours, including summer school time, English learner programs, and tutoring capacity, to address the COVID slide.
A new U.S. Department of Education fact sheet outlines responsibilities for providing services to English language learners during COVID-19 school closures.
Poor broadband access is common throughout rural school districts, making distance learning difficult during coronavirus-related school closures, but educators are still finding ways to keep students learning.
The 30 Days of Families Learning Together tool offers literacy-boosting strategies that can be passed along to parents.
How Massachusetts is guiding school districts to help teachers reach English language learners in remote learning without the need for electronic resources.