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How to combat the ‘COVID slide’ when schools reopen

May 7, 2020 District Administration

An excerpt from the District Administration’s article published in May 2020:

How will coronavirus change education?

The experts also said they hope the coronavirus experience will leave K-12 education more student-centered than it has been traditionally while keeping college and career preparation as a high priority.

“We have this way of doing school that puts one teacher and 25 students in an 800-square-foot room with a textbook and we’ve tried to optimize that particular delivery model,” said Joel Rose, the CEO of New Classrooms. “We hope this moment catalyzes a flip of that paradigm where the onus is on schools to meet the unique needs of each student.”

Read the full article here.