While there’s a lot of buzz about how well (or poorly) schools transitioned to remote instruction, providing an effective and equitable education means delivering more than just academic services to families and communities in the midst of a pandemic.
“In fact, focusing solely on schools’ capacities to provide high-quality remote learning opportunities to students at scale may perversely weaken communities, as such a focus fails to recognize schools’ diverse and far-reaching roles in promoting community resilience,” writes a team of researchers from the Justice in Schools initiative, which includes postdoctoral fellow Jacob Fay, HGSE Professor Meira Levinson, University of Wisconsin Professor Harry Brighouse, and Ph.D. students Allison Stevens and Tatiana Geron…………………………………..
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