The public schools are doing a "soft opening" this week of remote learning plans that will get students through the end of the school year.
Berkshire County schools closed on March 13 for a presumed two weeks but that's been extended to May 4 by the state as part of the lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Once guidance came from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, a series of professional development sessions were launched last week with summaries (found on the NAPS' website here) for parents and faculty and based on a longer document negotiated with the North Adams Teachers Association.
Once guidance came from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, a series of professional development sessions were launched last week with summaries (found on the NAPS' website here) for parents and faculty and based on a longer document negotiated with the North Adams Teachers Association.
In the summary for the remote learning plan, it's stated that the early work and leadership by educators was the basis for its development.
Read the details here at iBerkshires.com