How educators can build equity in an online learning era
from District Administration Magazine
The equity problems that plague K-12 education under normal conditions have only been worsened by the shift to online learning during coronavirus school closures, experts say. Superintendents and other K-12 have to start planning now to build resource equity because some students will have suffered significant learning loss when the 2020-2021 school year starts — whether that's in-person or online, says Jonathan Travers, who leads the consulting practice area at Education Resource Strategies.
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