Closing the Homework Gap: Equity of Access for All Students Outside of School

Presented by: Rhonda Schroeder, Principal, Arthur Elementary School, Oklahoma City, OK; Mike Cory, Principal, Gettys Middle School, SC; and Barbara J. Nesbitt, PhD, Executive Director of Technology, AITS, School District of Pickens County, SC Hosted by Christine Fox, Deputy Executive Director, SETDA
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This session is part of a series of edWebinars on SETDA’s 2016 report, The Broadband Imperative II: Equitable Access for Learning, which advocates for designing flexible networks for learning. The 2016 report expands on earlier recommendations from SETDA’s groundbreaking report, The Broadband Imperative: Recommendations to Address K-12 Education Infrastructure Needs, which advocates for seamless quality broadband access for students both in and outside of school.

In this edWebinar, school and district leaders shared examples of effective leadership to help ensure the equity of out-of-school access for all students. The session covered closing the homework gap and providing equity of access for all students outside of school.