Private schools, charters moved forward with remote curriculum 

Are there lessons for district schools as they look to the fall? 

WHEN THIRD-GRADER Alisa Paley’s public elementary school in Canton closed for COVID-19, the school gave students laptops and her teacher held optional daily 40-minute Zoom meetings. A month in, the school began emailing homework. Alisa was home with her grandfather during the day, since her single mother, Abbie Paley, works in a hospital. Paley, dissatisfied(...)

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