States are dumping the instructional planning burden during an unprecedented modern pandemic onto teachers’ laps (or laptops).
Where resilient systems resist shocks and stay the same, systems that are antifragile embrace shocks and get better.
According to a new analysis of state reopening plans by CRPE and Public Impact, states have largely ceded their role in defining how school systems must address the COVID-19 pandemic.
While many districts hope to delay the start of an eventual return to in-person instruction, at least the first few weeks of the 2020-21 school year promise to be a return to remote learning.
With public health concerns mounting, a growing number of school districts in our nationwide review have shifted their fall plans and are now on track to begin the year fully remote.
What Will It Take to Reopen Schools Amid the Pandemic? 5 Experts Weigh In on Learning Loss and Students’ Needs
We asked 5 experts: How can parents and policymakers know whether schools are making up for lost learning and addressing individual needs?