School districts and families are preparing for the new school year in an uncertain and unprecedented time. Given the current trends with the COVID-19 pandemic, distance learning will certainly play an important role in the upcoming school year even if schools reopen for children to come back. Families may decide to keep their children at home for distance learning instead, or schools may need to close again. The Center for District Innovation And Leadership in Early Education (DIAL EE) has convened a group of district leaders to put together a set of recommendations for distance learning:
- Provide home learning kits of hands-on materials to children
- Integrate technology with developmentally appropriate instruction
- Support parents and caregivers
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