Remote Learning and Foregoing the Dream
Keywords:segregation; equity; digital divide
Due to Covid-19, almost all public-school districts across the U.S. suspended in-person learning and shifted overnight to remote learning. I am writing this in May of 2020. The future of the pandemic is unclear. However, we need to think critically how this challenging time informs post-Covid educational policies and curriculum.
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