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At the start of remote learning in the spring, my district was delayed in announcing its official plan because of the need to distribute adequate technology.  During this delay, a colleague and I ...

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As educators around the world made an unprecedented shift to remote learning, they did so from very different starting points. Some schools with a strong foundation of blended learning already had ...

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The team at LINC had the honor to partner with a smart group of experienced racial equity scholars and facilitators to create a compelling set of resources to help educators in the pursuit of a more ...

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Data cycles--  sounds kind of scary, huh? I can vividly remember my second-year teacher self sitting in a professional development session.  “Data, Data, Data” they said, naively thinking we’d be ...

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Our world has shifted again. We were already dealing with the repercussions of COVID-19 and the huge impact it made on classrooms and learning. Equity issues that have existed for dozens of years ...

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Since March, we have been in a whirlwind of system-wide disruptions. Schools and workspaces shut down suddenly, causing our daily lives to transition in many ways to live “stream” and our ...

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Last week, I published an article that talked about how to move from basic functionality in remote learning to truly capturing the unique (if not frustrating) opportunity for innovation and ...

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Shifting to a virtual environment for school counseling can present its own challenges, from students not being required to meet with a school counselor, to trying not to overwhelm students and ...

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If you’re one of the many teachers entering into an unprecedented hybrid learning environment, I am sure this question is top of your mind. For teachers coming out of a remote learning setting, it ...

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Guidance for Equitably Supporting Families in Remote Learning

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There are currently 1.26 billion learners out of school -- an educational disruption that has never before been experienced in the world. Many school districts have transitioned to remote learning. ...

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In my first year of teaching, I taught a kindergarten class of eighteen students. If someone asked me about my class I’d first tell them about the small class size, then I’d share that twelve of the ...

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The world was different just three months ago.  As educators, we did what we always do: we stepped up and met the challenges in front of us to meet the needs of our students. It wasn’t easy and many ...

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