Learning at a Distance

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Schools around the globe concluded the academic year from a distance - using digital tools to connect students and educators. Entire communities shifted daily practices to stay safe and healthy. As we look forward to next school year, we're also taking time to reflect on what we've learned over the past several months. In this new white paper, Eileen Hanning discusses some of the challenges posed by distance learning and possible solutions. In addition to providing suggestions that provide resource equity, she discusses particular tools for students with special needs. Download the white paper here.

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