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In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic forced schools around the globe to close physical campuses and shift to distance learning. Existing inequalities were made starkly evident, as low-poverty schools and students were able to engage in online participation quickly, while students of color in high-poverty schools and English learners (ELs) lagged behind.

Marisela Jimenez, PhD: Linkedin