Keeping an eye on issues of equity in remote learning environments can seem overwhelming, particularly when moving teaching and learning from the classroom to an online platform.
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As school closures continue throughout Region 1 states (and nationwide), many states and districts have had questions about how to best educate students remotely while protecting student safety, privacy and civil rights.
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Our era of technology has afforded us great flexibility of how we can effectively deliver content. Online learning has opened education’s doors to many who would have struggled with access.
Digital Accessibility: How Schools and Teachers Can Support Students with Disabilities in Remote Learning
The rapid shift to remote teaching and learning necessitated by the global coronavirus pandemic exposed areas of significant need in schools and districts.
Adapting Instruction for English Learner Students During Distance Learning: Perspectives from Practitioners
In this interactive webinar, Rachel Garrett, Ph.D., senior researcher at REL Southwest, provided an overview of promising practices and resources to support remote instruction of English learner (EL) students.
9 Questions for District and School Leaders to Consider in Getting Ready for the 2020-2021 School Year
We have all been through a lot over the past few months: a global pandemic, unprecedented levels of unemployment, stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and recent incidents of police violence toward African Americans that highlight the reality that racial inequities continue