Learning Remotely in the Age of COVID-19: Lessons from Evidence and Concerns for Equity
The spread of COVID-19 has caused schools and districts across the country to shutter their doors. States, districts, and schools must suddenly and unexpectedly grapple with the new reality of providing a quality education to every student remotely. Register for this free webinar to discuss (1) evidence-based practices and approaches to support remote learning; (2) a framework to inform states, districts, and schools in their decisions about remote learning; and (3) approaches to address equity concerns that arise from school closures.
This webinar is for administrators from state education agencies, districts, and schools; teachers; school board members; and others interested in effective distance learning. Submit your questions for the presenters in advance by emailing RELmidatlantic@mathematica-mpr.com. You can also ask questions during the webinar.
Our presenters include:
Heather Bennett, director of school equity services, Pennsylvania School Boards Association
Felicia Hurwitz, researcher, Mathematica
Steven Malick, researcher, Mathematica