Now that the immediate rush of closing K-12 schools is over, school systems must focus on four major priorities-and put equity front and center.
Many of the nation’s schools are now closed—some indefinitely—leaving educators and communities with more questions than answers. Chief among them: How will families and students cope with closures? And how can schools roll out effective remote learning plans in a short amount of time?
”I love how Snappet differentiates instruction for me with the adaptive exercises. It’s a huge time-saver that I don’t have to differentiate everything myself.” Teacher, NYC District #30, New York
“As we use Snappet with our second graders, we are seeing how closely this program supports our goals for building student growth.” Principal, Broward County, Florida
“The student engagement has elevated because of the adaptability in Snappet. The results of our most recent midterm exam is a 96% pass rate. I give the credit to Snappet as the reason for the success." Second grade teacher, Dallas Independent School District, Texas
Existing and emerging technologies can save teachers time, time that could be redirected towards learning.
A systemwide approach to personalised learning offers the best chance of reaching the most students and improving learning results.