In May 2020, The Lawrence convened high school science educators and administrators in a three-part interactive webinar series, to discuss, share, and collaborate on strategies for improving distance learning. More than 100 educators and administrators came together to think about emerging best practices. This program brief summarizes these discussions, with the intent to inform district and high school stakeholders about the considerations for instructional practices and district infrastructure to support high-quality, high school science learning.

Year: 2020

Pages: 4


  • Distance Learning
  • High School Science Education

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