Why Educators Should Prepare for Remote Learning Environments Post-COVID

About 1 billion students are currently impacted globally due to school closures – and some do not have the proper access and technology to continue their education from home for the remainder of the school year. To address this digital divide, school districts across the country are scrambling to get devices for all their faculty and students. Many have done so quickly and at scale. Distance learning programs (and the technology to support them) have become a necessity due to the global pandemic, but remote learning environments will likely continue to be part of the education ecosphere in the future, even after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.

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