NORTHBROOK, IL — The new coronavirus has been cause to many closures and interruptions in daily life for millions of students, but that’s not stopping some school officials from keeping the learning going. Northbrook School District 28 is launching an e-learning program beginning Tuesday, according to a media release from the district. Students went home with digital devices Friday and will be able to learn from home.”The administrative team and tech crew have been working non-stop since last week to design a system so that students can continue to learn from home. Teachers have also been working on lesson plans since last week and participated in a live stream in-service on Monday to work through the details,” the release said.Teachers are working to develop plans for students with Individual Education Plans, Section 504 Plan and those who receive English language services.The district is working to provide families without internet access with mobile hotspots.Families in free or reduced lunch programs are invited to get take-home lunches for students for the rest of the week and to resume on March 30 after spring break.”The Board of Education and I want to thank our dedicated staff for working non-stop to get this up… Read full this story
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