“There is just no substitute for students being with teachers as lessons are being taught.”
“Most of the country’s school districts do not have enough laptops for students and teachers to use at home and school.”
The “earliest possible return date” is pushed back, and our 50-state plus Washington, D.C., coronavirus school-closure infographic gets an update.
As schools across the country closed, Khan Academy, with the support of Bank of America, pushed to create daily learning schedules for students age 4-18 and expand access to its online resources for millions.
Not every test is entirely out of the question, even now.
A parent’s plan meets reality.
Expect more closures in fall 2020
“The more we can simplify things, the better.”
How teaching is like playing the piano
It’s time to waive the assessment requirements, everywhere and for everyone.
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The JournalSPRING 2020 / VOL. 20, NO. 2
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