Building a strategic schedule is a challenge every school leader faces, every year. Now, with so many systems moving to remote learning, the scheduling challenge is as complicated as ever.
To help school and district leaders develop strategic remote school plans, we’ve created a Remote Learning Checklist. It offers clear, straightforward guidance to help K-12 leaders think differently about schedules, staffing and professional support in a fully remote environment.
The Checklist is grounded in three guiding principles:
We hope this resource, combined with our Remote Scheduling Companion, helps paint a picture of how leaders can organize people, time and money to address students’ academic and social-emotional needs in this uniquely challenging time.
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