Schools Are Building Permanent Remote Learning Capabilities, Even as Vaccines Roll Out

The Bozeman School District in Montana is worried about losing learners to private charter schools. The Kingsway Regional School District in New Jersey has recognized how certain students are thriving during hybrid learning. And educators at the Eden Prairie School District in Minnesota say they want to capitalize on the pedagogies they have developed over the past year. For a variety of reasons, public primary and secondary schools around the country are developing long-term, permanent remote learning capabilities to offer their learners going forward.

While districts across the U.S. are leaning on remote learning due to severe winter storms, some are looking further into the future. Many see other virtues in ongoing and permanent remote learning besides disaster response.

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