COVID-19 School Closures: What Are Some Unknown Unknowns?

As of March 18, statewide COVID-19 school closures have been either scheduled or put in effect in all but 12 states. Dozens, if not hundreds of American colleges and universities have also closed. Millions of students, teachers, and administrators are now doing their best to maintain instructional continuity using online learning capabilities. In response, many edtech companies have made their services available for free.

Over the past week, we’ve heard from numerous distance learning experts about their advice on some best practices. This post marks the third in a series of three compiling their responses.

Read our previous posts of expert advice on dealing with extended COVID-19 school closures:

Coronavirus Has Arrived. Will an LMS Be Enough for Remote Learning?

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