Wish You Were Here! Planning for Remote Learning
Tuesday, April 20, 2021: 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
COVID-19 has brought sweeping, and often sudden, changes to how students are served. Planning for such disruptions by proactively developing distance learning plans -- or, what some districts are calling contingency plans -- can mean the difference between student success and struggles, parent satisfaction and complaints, and winning a legal challenge and facing significant liability. In a school year that many educators are describing as the most difficult of their careers, consistent and effective planning can also guard against challenges to staff morale. Attorney Jeremy Neff will provide actionable ideas for planning drawn from real-world experiences, federal guidance, and current case law. You'll take away effective strategies to add to your approach for meeting students' needs during educational disruptions.