What should “coronavirus school” look like?
In the early days of the pandemic, many districts were scrambling to put any kind of learning material in front of their students.
But as the closures continue—many will now last for at least several more weeks, if not the rest of the academic year—school systems are starting to settle into a routine.
But what they are expecting of children and families varies dramatically.
Maggie Hunter, an instructional designer and technical writer in Holmdel, N.J., has three sons: one in 1st grade, a second in preschool, and a toddler. Her district has provided daily