Online learning

Mass. coalition cites 16 areas to improve before schools reopen

The coalition of nurses, teachers and other support staff in Massachusetts recommend no in-person learning in schools until many issues are addressed or resolved

3 resources to improve math teaching & learning during COVID-19

Here are three useful resources for education leaders, teachers and policy makers to strengthen the teaching and learning of mathematics during the era of COVID-19.

Era of equity: 10 priorities for reinventing schools

Restarting schools this year provides superintendents and their teams a historic opportunity to reinvent education by prioritizing equity to close persistent achievement gaps. 

3 factors widen the digital divide in schools

Access, affordability and skills are the three key elements of the digital device that leaves some K-12 students unable to participate in online learning. 

How a district created a virtual learning academy during COVID

Darlington County School District in rural South Carolina saw an overwhelming response when educators there created a virtual academy to enhance online learning this school year. 

3 things to consider in teaching reading from a distance

A specialist dives into how educators can teach reading while maintaining control, differentiating lessons, and giving grace in a virtual learning environment.

Why solving real-world problems is key to online learning

Solving real-world problems in their communities will keep students engaged and working independently as they shift between in-person and online learning.

3 major steps to building equity in schools

Superintendents working to build equity in the era of COVID and online learning are revising curriculum, setting goals for diverse hiring, and reviewing discipline and other policies.

Ensuring robust internet, access to devices keys to successful distance learning

Ensuring our state and regional education centers have the needed resources at this time should be a national imperative.

4 keys to online engagement at a Harlem charter system

Administrators at East Harlem Scholars Academies say student achievement held steady, and in some cases improved, after the sudden shift to online learning this spring.

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