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AACTE is committed to advocating for students affected by inequities and inequalities in education and realizes more efforts are necessary now than ever before to support these learners during COVID-19. The following resources highlight how educators are addressing these issues.
Equity Isn’t Just About Technology. It’s About Supporting Students and Families
This webinar addresses how education equity is broader than equipping students with the same devices and broadband access.
The Education Divide: Inequity in the Age of COVID-19
NYU DC, presenters discuss inequalities in the U.S. K-12 education system that prevent higher education as an opportunity for all.
Navigating COVID-19 for Special Education Administrators
Presenters discuss ways to best meet the needs of students with disabilities and their families during the pandemic.
Technology Divide Magnified by COVID-19 for ELL Students
Long Island Latino Teachers Association president discusses challenges for English Language Learners during the coronavirus pandemic.
The COVID-19 Tsunami reveals Tech-Ed gap in American schools – article by The Black Wall Street Times
Supporting ELLs During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Teacher’s Narrative – article by sharemylesson.com
Coronavirus is poised to inflame inequality in schools – article by The Hechinger Report
Is Online School Illegal? With Schools Closing from Coronavirus, Special Education Concerns Give Districts Pause – article by USA Today
Coronavirus School Closings Expose Digital Divide – article by U.S. News & World Report
Distance Learning During The Coronavirus Pandemic: Equity And Access Questions For School Leaders – article by Forbes
Moody’s Lowers Higher Education Sector’s Outlook to Negative Due to Coronavirus – article by Diverse Issues in Higher Education