March 26, 2020

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How the Public School Community is Serving the Nation
How the Public School Community is Serving the Nation

Schott partner the Network for Public Education is collecting a series of resources and examples of how public schools, their staff, educators, parents, and students are stepping up to help during the coronavirus pandemic, including:

  • CPS hands out over 500K meals in 3 days of coronavirus closures: ‘This is something great Chicago’s doing for us’
  • Chino Valley USD Students Spread Hope During School Closures Due to COVID-19
  • School buses become meal delivery for Mason County kids during coronavirus shutdown

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How Effective Is Online Learning?

How Effective Is Online Learning?

EdWeek looks at the data:

"Some students do as well in online courses as in in-person courses, some may actually do better, but, on average, students do worse in the online setting, and this is particularly true for students with weaker academic backgrounds. Students who struggle in in-person classes are likely to struggle even more online."
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