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Back-to-school planning has never been more different than it is now. School districts nationwide are preparing for multiple reopening scenarios — from full-on remote learning to a hybrid approach — amid health and safety concerns connected to the coronavirus pandemic.
But teaching online is hard, especially if educators don’t have the training and support to do it. Many teachers can attest to that, after schools unexpectedly closed and transitioned to remote learning as a stopgap measure last spring. Some struggled to keep students engaged with online activities, while others had students who were unable to participate because they lacked access to devices or an internet connection.
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