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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.
How educators in small, rural schools systems have committed to finding innovations amid challenges of building closures and online learning.
Gilmer County Schools in West Virginia has used $220,000 in state grants to create STEAM labs that transformed its K-5 and 7-12 buildings into West Virginia “model tech schools."
James O'Hagan, the Director of Digital and Virtual Learning for the Racine Unified School District, discusses parent involvement, live vs. remote and what K-12 gaming might look like in the fall.
Schools need to make sure that safety, accessibility, and engagement are key. Here are some ways to do that.
Approximately, 15 to 16 million students—and as many as 400,000 teachers—lack access to online learning and digital devices as the new school year approaching, according to a new analysis.
Before Chicago Public Schools steeped itself in student voice, educators there realized their young learners had far more influence on their lives outside the classroom.
Heading into the new school year, teachers crave data on online learning's impact on students and they also want more training in how to use the information.
The coronavirus pandemic and online learning show that all schools should become 1-to-1—not just with computers, but also for cementing student-teacher relationships, a leading child advocate says.
Superintendents proceeding with online learning programs can join state and local efforts to extend high-speed, broadband internet in their communities.