What Will ‘Back To School’ Look Like this Fall?

Summer is providing temporary relief from educating amid a pandemic. But this fall, communities are going to be stuck between a rock and a hard place. They need to determine how to get students back to school and learning. Districts across the U.S. are currently deciding how best to do that.

Three strategies have emerged. The first involves reopening schools and observing social distancing and other COVID-19 safety measures. The second involves continuing the remote learning that districts began this spring. The third is a combination of both. None of them are ideal.

Back to School This Fall Will No Longer Be About Maintaining Instructional Continuity

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