Oregon Department of Education releases guidelines for remote learning

The department is calling this campaign Distance Learning for All.

Posted: Mar 30, 2020 11:21 PM
Updated: Mar 31, 2020 10:44 AM

SALEM, Ore.-- The Oregon Department of Education released its remote learning plans for all of the state's K-12 schools Monday night.

The department is calling this campaign Distance Learning for All. The goal is to keep public education students learning their material for the school year while they are at home.

There will be three stages. The first stage starts March 30 with all Oregon school districts developing plans for remote education.

Stage two will start on April 6 with districts distributing educational material to students.

The last stage will be the launch of Distance Learning for All on April 13.

For more details, visit the Oregon Department of Education's website.

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