School and system leaders have about two months to make four important decisions about the future of school: how to blend digital content into the core, link it to an updated plan for remote learning, plan for super hygiene and distancing onsite, and starting (or partnering with) an online school.
For more than a century, education in America has largely been an individual craft. While context varies, teachers have had a lot of latitude in what they teach, how they teach it, and the tools they use. That ended two months ago……………………..
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