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Emergency Online Teaching--What Works for Mississippi


It cannot be more obvious from the nationwide pandemic experience that a one-size-fits-all approach to holding school online cannot be successfully implemented across all populations, grade levels, and content areas. Even information shared or lessons learned from other areas of the United States may or may not be of relevance or benefit to Mississippi, considered primarily a rural geographical location with an estimated population of 2,984,100 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2018).

Teachers need access to tools and strategies that work for Mississippi students and school administrators, superintendents, school board members, and local and state legislators need information that is directly relevant to their constituencies. This Publications section provides direct links to:

1) Mississippi research publications on online teaching and learning in K-12

2) Mississippi newspaper articles related to emergency online teaching in K-12

3) An RSS feed focused on Mississippi K-12 virtual education

4) Relevant national research publications

GEER Mississippi Research on K-12 Online Teaching

Mississippi Research on Emergency Online Teaching

National Research on K-12 Online Teaching

Mississippi Department of Education News Releases

Mississippi County/School Delivery Method Decisions (In-Person, Virtual, Hybrid, etc.)

Technology Concerns

Achievement from Virtual Learning

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