Curriculum is the Key to Flexible, Future-Ready Schools

By William Zhou This past spring, schools all across the U.S. faced similar challenges but experienced wildly different outcomes. When Covid-19 forced building closures in March, administrators quickly found out which end of the spectrum they inhabited―from “completely ready for remote learning” to “this building closure is basically a school closure.” Many teachers rightly zeroed in on addressing students’ social-emotional needs first, committing to regular check-ins with kids and their parents, getting a read on how they were navigating the traumatic events and, if time permitted, then pivoting to academics. Schools’ and districts’ relative preparedness for distance learning was primarily […]

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