Slow responses in shift to remote learning hurting students
from District Administration Magazine
Despite "the great effort" districts have made to embrace remote learning this fall, schools are still struggling to deliver high-quality instruction online and make up academic losses, according to a new report from the Center on Reinventing Public Education. With many districts still operating in fully remote or hybrid models — and the expectation that more will return to virtual environments because of COVID-19 case increases nationwide — the CRPE said schools have provided "insufficient" learning for students, especially to those in underserved or vulnerable populations.
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