5 Things We Learned from Idaho Charter School Leaders as Their Students Switch to Online Learning — and 2 Thoughts for the Future

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by Kristen McCarver and Josh McCarty

As the need to transition to remote learning grew more apparent, many of Idaho’s charter school leaders began to plan their transition from their current teaching methods to remote options.

We brought these schools together virtually to talk about how they are working to serve their families, children and communities during the COVID-19 shutdown, and to allow school leaders to share with one another what they are doing to keep learning going while their buildings are closed.

National nonprofit education news organization The74 Million published our takeaways from the conversation:

Analysis: 5 Suggestions from Idaho Charter School Leaders as Their Rural Students Switch to Online Learning — and 2 Thoughts for the Future

We are inspired by these passionate, creative, dedicated educators and community leaders. It is our goal to support them, and to build a community of practice as they navigate the uncertainty ahead.