The COVID-19 pandemic has already touched every aspect of life in New Jersey, and educators are one of the groups most deeply affected. Teachers across the state — from pre-K to post-grad — are scrambling to plan, implement and master remote-learning applications. They’re joined in this pioneering effort by school administrators and officials of the Department of Education.
How are they faring? To answer that question, NJ Spotlight and NJTV News hosted the first in a series of virtual roundtables on remote learning on Thursday, March 26 to learn from those on the front lines about problems, victories and best practices.