Preparing For Distance Learning: A Checklist

Right now, administrators are doing everything in their power to provide ongoing education to their students. In some states, like Minnesota, schools are planning for at least eight weeks of lessons delivered remotely and equitably for every student. At the same time, school administrators’ concerns extend beyond student learning. They are working with maintenance and cleaning staff to sanitize their buildings. They are negotiating with bus companies and school lunch providers. They are working with teachers to transform their classrooms into remote learning environments. And they are communicating with parents and guardians who have suddenly become much more accountable for their students’ learning.

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