As quarantines send students home, what’s the plan to keep them learning?

As quarantines send students home, what’s the plan to keep them learning?

From Chalkbeat:

It was only her son’s third day of kindergarten when Sabrina Padgett got a call in late July that he’d been exposed to COVID and had to stay home for over a week.

Soon after, that got extended when Padgett herself tested positive for COVID. Then her other two school-age children had to stay home, too.

What happened next made her even more concerned. Padgett says her children didn’t have the option to do lessons online and weren’t given hotspots or laptops, though other schools in their Mississippi district transitioned to virtual learning.

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