More than 45 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, have temporarily closed school buildings and turned to remote education to continue the important work of teaching and learning. We applaud students, families, education professionals, and administrators who are adopting new technology, innovative skills, and strategic processes to lessen the impact on our children’s education during this challenging time. We must, however, ask: how can we continue to center equity and culturally responsive-sustaining education as teaching and learning moves online?

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