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Today, so many colleges moved to online learning, and schools in Ohio and Maryland closed down (read more at As schools weigh whether to close amid the coronavirus threat, confusion and second-guessing reign from the Washington Post).

Moments ago, our local unions took this action:

UPDATE: Our school district just announced we’re closing

Here are new additions to Here are new additions to The Best Advice On Teaching K-12 Online (If We Have To Because Of The Coronavirus) – Please Make More Suggestions!:

How K-12 Schools Should Prepare for Coronavirus is from The Center For American Progress.

Keep Teaching: Maintain Course Continuity During Temporary Closures has some useful resources for K-12 teachers. It’s from the University of North Carolina.

Learning in the time of coronavirus: planning distance schooling is from Harry Fletcher-Wood.

Online Resources / Apps for E-Learning Days is from Reddit.

Closed schools could get OK to not give state tests amid coronavirus, ed department says is from Chalkbeat.

Coronavirus is forcing school closures worldwide, but here’s how a Beijing international school got online in one week is from an Australian paper.

ESL Library is not offering free access but, if you already have a membership, they are offering a free upgrade to their premium online service. Though I think there are a lot of good free ESL materials out there, if you’re open to paying for resources, I have to say that ESL Library’s materials are top-notch.