D2L has a personal stake in educational equity. For over twenty years, D2L has worked to transform the way the world learns, with the belief that all learners should have access to the best possible learning opportunities and experiences. The COVID-19 pandemic demanded rapid innovation in how we do school and education, making transformation more than an aspiration for some but a necessity for all.
This discussion paper examines some of the equity concerns correlated with COVID-19 and K–12 education—it provides foundational knowledge in the hopes of facilitating meaningful action towards alleviating inequity and creating resilient systems of learning. Download the full discussion paper to learn more.
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