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To stem "COVID slide" learning loss, new policies are needed to boost testing equity and to adapt assessments to online and hybrid learning, according to NWEA.
An online communications portal can be used to share how schools are implementing CDC guidelines, and also be used for remote learning and other purposes.
Several large school districts, including Los Angeles, Atlanta and Nashville, will start school with online learning due to spiking coronavirus cases.
When designing classrooms, K-12 leaders should provide tools that allow teachers and students to move easily back and forth between physical and virtual learning environments.
The 2020-21 school year budgeting focus is on technology more than other education company offerings, according to a recent survey of administrators nationwide.
Here are nine ways school teams can help students with disabilities to feel comfortable and meaningfully participate in IEP meetings held remotely this fall.
School districts should be ready to step it up on addressing the needs of English learners who require extra support and may need to access education remotely for the new school year, says an educational consultant.
When online learning students in Ulysses Public Schools can't access a website, they use software to send an immediate request for approval to the district's IT team.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools lets parents pick whether students return to a hybrid of in-person and online learning, or remain completely remote when schools reopen later this summer.
In rural North Texas, closing school buildings sped up Sunray ISD's journey toward student-driven instruction freed from the strictures of standardized tests.
As schools reopen, district leaders and their teams will have to consistently track which students need devices and reliable, high-speed connections at home.
Establishing digital equity in rural schools relies on more than just equipping students with computers and broadband.