Staying Ahead of Changes
With the constantly evolving education landscape, educators across the country are preparing for a number of different teaching models in the 2021-2022 school year.
As the public health situation changes, or mandates are issued across different states or cities, those models may be modified throughout the school year.
Research on COVID-related school closures from March 2020 onward suggests that students could be a half-to full year behind academically when the new school year begins - a challenge dubbed "the COVID Slide" that is likely to be compounded by continued adjustments across school districts.
The variability of students' individual learning needs will also be much greater. Curriculum will need to be blended, flexible, and use tools that can be implemented by teachers and at home.
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