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COPING WITH COVID-19
Life for African Americans Amid The Coronavirus


Distance Learning: Are Black students being left behind?

Thursday, May 14, 2020  10:00 AM  (PDT)
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The COVID-19 pandemic has altered public education in California for the foreseeable future. Many school districts in the region have begun distance learning with their students and families. 

However, homeschooling has been beset with labor problems and thousands of students who are yet without the necessary equipment such as Chromebooks to access instructional modules. Additionally, parents and student advocates have expressed concerns about the distance learning plans — or lack thereof — by many school systems.

The OBSERVER invites you to join us on May 14, 2020 at 10AM to engage in a lively conversation surrounding the challenges of distance education and its impact on African American students. 


SPEAKERS:

LARRY LEE
Sacramento Observer,
Publisher
(Host)


 

DAVE GORDON
Sacramento County 
Superintendent
of Schools



 

MARGARET FORTUNE
Fortune School of Education, 
Founder


 

DARRYL WHITE
Black Parallel School Board,
Chairman



 
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