The Impact of COVID-19 on K-12 Learning and How School Districts Can Best Prepare for Fall

The COVID-19 health crisis has had an unprecedented impact on school districts and education systems. In a matter of days, distanced learning became the forced new norm for more than 55 million students at 124,000 public and private schools across the United States. As a parent of four – two in elementary and two in high school – I’ve seen firsthand the challenges they are facing in navigating the impact, and my wife has graciously played double-duty as part-time teacher.

Prior to coronavirus, digital learning was mostly a tool used to support classroom instruction. Now, it’s being used on a broad scale to power remote learning. For school districts and teachers, this has marked a significant – and often overwhelming – shift, as they worked to manage distance learning and the impact, process, tools and challenges that come with it.

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