Let’s supplement our in-classroom learning models with remote learning models by Lee Huang
I know it’s the Board’s intention to make sure that, in the absence of access to our buildings, the learning and ancillary support services can continue, with the attendant guidance to our staff and the necessary technology for all our students who need it.
This transition will necessarily take time. But I would argue it is a necessary transition, to supplement our in-classroom learning models with remote learning models, and to have the infrastructure and strategy in place to do so equitably for all our students.
This is what we’ll be working towards in the days and weeks to come.