A large share of school district leaders across the country—66 percent, according to the latest EdWeek Research Center data—report their schools are using hybrid models of instruction. But those models vary widely—some give students the choice of attending school in person or online, others have students learn in school buildings a few days a week and remotely the other days, and many feature teachers delivering instruction to students who are in their classrooms and at home.
During this presentation and discussion, we will examine what it takes to deliver instruction under these different circumstances and the biggest challenges schools are running up against.
Join Kevin Bushweller, assistant managing editor, for a special presentation and Q&A about the lessons learned on what is, and is not, working in schools that are using a mix of in-person and remote instruction.
Jennifer Atkins, Teacher, Howell Middle School (TX)
Christopher Harrington, Director, Michigan Virtual Learning Research
Kevin Bushweller, assistant managing editor, Education Week
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