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Educators and administrators should consider all factors impacting students learning from home, working to identify and break down barriers to student and family engagement, especially for students receiving support services.
Districts are obligated to comply with federal laws related to engaging with families, even with pandemic protocols keeping parents from being in school buildings. Here’s how parents of children in Los Angeles schools are being reached.
Five factors were good indicators of how confident principals and their teams felt about the transition to online learning when COVID shut down classrooms in the spring.
District leaders agree on the top four ideas that will be necessary to successfully educate students amid the current climate of chaos and disruption.
Dead zones in Lockhart ISD’s rural communities made handing out hotspots an ineffectual online learning strategy, so the district and its partner built cell towers.
A look at Judge Amy Coney Barrett's education-related decisions as a Circuit Court judge since 2017
Nearly 2 million California students lack access to the internet and 690,000 don't have a computer even as online learning is the norm in most districts.
With students overextending themselves and their time spent online, it is imperative to monitor their play and health while protecting the interests of the school
The debate over virtual, hybrid or in-person simply might come down to whether schools can open safely
New "Canopy" website lets district leaders exchange strategies for project-based learning, social-emotional learning, anti-racism and other practices.
Consider hiring those who lost jobs due to the pandemic. These 'second act' teachers add diverse skills and experiences to the district’s educational mix.