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Article: Building the Car While We’re Driving It

Data from across four districts shows that no design team feels like they’ve got everything “right” in their district when it comes to equity and resiliency in teaching and learning. Major disruptive events – like the move to remote schooling as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 – can further exacerbate challenges that already exist in a district. Reflecting on district strengths and challenges is an important first step to identify places for design teams to focus as they work to improve teaching and learning.

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