A recent analysis by the Center on Reinventing Public Education found that one-third of a sample of 100 large and urban districts had ended their remote learning options.
Meanwhile, National School Choice Week reports that nearly half of all U.S. parents feel their communities are not offering enough education options. This shows a widening gap between educational policies and school choice options that students and families are searching for.
Join online learning experts including instructional leaders, a digital learning advocate, and a school principal as they weigh in on how school leaders can implement student and family feedback amidst the national conversation on the negative impacts of remote learning.
You will explore:
- Online learning misconceptions
- How to create an online learning option for your students and families
- Lessons learned from an online school principal
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