By EL Education
As they are trying to work towards educational equity, our partners are keeping care for all at the center, designing deeper instruction for worthwhile learning, and prioritizing those in their community with least access. In this way, educators can avoid exacerbating existing inequities.
Many of our partners started this period of remote instruction by conducting a “Tech Audit” to get a sense of which students had access to devices and reliable internet.
Amana Academy in Alpharetta, GA knows that all students have access to a device and reliable internet, and so has shifted into a fully virtual model, housed on a detailed Google Site with updates and student-facing access to lesson plans for all grades. Amana’s principal Cherisse Campbell recently reflected with us about what they’ve learned and how they have planned and made adjustments to ensure equitable access