The California Alliance of Researchers for Equity in Education recently published a research brief, The Shift to Online Education During and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic: Concerns and Recommendations for California.
The brief includes analyses of empirical research on the effectiveness of online K-12 education nationwide, addresses issues of inequities and injustices in online education, particularly here in California, and documents the push for and risks of technologizing education. Although raising a number of concerns about online education, CARE-ED does not recommend rushing to reopen schools. The report concludes with recommendations for policies and practices for engaging in online education in ways that place priority on remedying the inequities and injustices that are being worsened during the pandemic.
The full document can be dowloaded by clicking this link or the image below.
For additional publications from the California Alliance of Researcher for Equity in Education, please visit https://www.care-ed.org/.
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