Tutoring, extended learning time, remediation—what’s the best way to help students who lost ground due to the COVID-19 pandemic catch up? In this webinar, our experts will help you sort through the research to find out which approaches can be modified for remote learning, and which ones are less likely to work.
Two experts detail some research-based approaches that can help students who fell behind catch up and help you know which strategies to avoid.
Elaine Allensworth, Lewis Sebring Director of the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research
Nate Schwartz, Professor of Practice at Brown University’s Annenberg Institute
Sarah D. Sparks, assistant editor, Education Week