Sacramento-area private schools shifted to online learning weeks ago. How they did it so fast
Source: Sacramento Bee
Taylor van Loben Sels, a junior at Christian Brothers High School, wasn’t sure how her school could transition her favorite classes to remote learning after it announced it was closing.
But then her choir teacher instructed each student to send an online recording of themselves singing “This is Me” from the movie, “The Great Showman,” so they could create an edited, multi-screen video of the class.
In comparison, only 37 percent of families across California said their schools lent their children computers after school closures, according to a parent survey by The Education Trust-West.