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Commentary: Inner-city kids are falling further behind in the pandemic. A creative curriculum can help.
Today schools across the United States are in major crisis mode. The novel coronavirus upended the world, forcing us to rethink teaching, and COVID-19 is forcing schools into using 1:1 devices and adopting greater technologies simply to reach students. Most schools, having had to shut their doors to in-person learning, find themselves acutely unprepared for the crisis.
School officials at e3 Civic High are now training teachers for new curriculum in history and English classes after students from the school’s associated student body pushed for more inclusive representation following George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers.
e3 Civic High's campus will be closed and we will be moving to virtual instruction starting on Monday, March 16th. Click for Read Full Story for detailed information.
Some districts and in schools have already been conducting daily, mandatory classes for all their students since last week. E3 Civic High, an independent charter high school in downtown San Diego, announced Friday March 13 that it would close its school site and it began official online learning the following Monday. Students are logging onto online school every day at set times between 8:30 a.m. and 3:20 p.m., said Cheryl Ward, CEO of E3 Civic High.