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How Districts Can Develop a Comprehensive Plan for Remote Learning Come Fall


Through a headset and webcam, I learned that he loved space. Claire Cummings teaching English online to students in China for VIPKid. Credit: Mike Zetlow) I know from my year teaching at VIPKid that students can learn online , a conclusion researchers have also reached.

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PROOF POINTS: Fixing online credit recovery remains elusive

The Hechinger Report

One solution that schools are expected to turn to is something called online credit recovery. Online credit recovery programs were a big driver of improving high school graduation rates, which soared from under 70 percent in 2007 to over 84 percent in 2016.

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Digital curriculum targets ELL learning gap

eSchool News

A new suite of digital instructional materials is designed to boost language acquisition and achievement for English Language Learners (ELL), which, with nearly five million students is among the largest and fastest growing demographic in U.S. The ELL programs are modeled after Middlebury Interactive’s world language courses and, like those programs, integrate research-based learning techniques, cultural awareness and project-based activities into blended learning classrooms.

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Pandemic Spurs Changes in the Edtech Schools Use, From the Classroom to the Admin Office


Home may be the new classroom, but instructional approaches are slower to change. MDR reports a “surge,” with 1:1 schools most likely to be high schools (41 percent), then middle schools (37 percent) and finally elementary (22 percent).

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