"The COVID-19 pandemic has closed schools across the continent and sent teachers, staff and students home to work remotely. By the beginning of April 2020, it was apparent that this disruption would not be short. Instead, it would threaten the end of the school year and likely affect the start of school in September."—Source: The EvoLLLution
WHY THIS MATTERS:
Institutions learned a lot during the quick shift to remote instruction this spring. As schools craft plans for fall, don't forget those lessons. Use what you've learned to create more robust solutions.