I think two recent articles provide good overviews of the broad equity issues challenging our shift to online learning:
Millions of public school students will suffer from school closures, education leaders have concluded is from The Washington Post.
The shift to online learning could worsen educational inequality is from Vox.
They’re both useful.
However, even though I believe there will be negative effects on our most vulnerable student populations, I remain skeptical of those who offer the most dire predictions.
I explain why at Timely New Study Finds Not A Whole Lot Of Learning Happens In Last Part Of School Year.