A Year Later: What Have We Learned

"As we evaluate the past year’s lessons to inform future decisions about technology as a teaching tool, we must ask ourselves complex but essential questions about the humane use of technology. How can we deliver technology equitably so that a single working mother in rural Georgia has the same experience and chance for success as a traditional first-year college student living in an urban center? How can we ensure remote learning works equitably for a second-grader in an upper-class suburb and a second-grader in a low-income home with unstable internet access – and little to no parental support?" Read more here.

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