Joe Kuzo is as prepared as he'll ever be. As Tech Director for the Quakertown Neighborhood Faculty District in suburban Philadelphia (PA), which incorporates 9 colleges, he’s been shepherding college students, mother and father, and college by way of the chaos and has his sights set on fall.
On this dialog with eSchool Information, Joe lays out some methods that ought to assist any district get by way of this insanity.
eSN: You’re having a pleasant, quiet summer time proper?
JK: <laughing> Yeah, proper. I’ve been in conferences since eight o’clock this morning with our cupboard crew and our administrative crew. And I've a gathering proper after this after which we've got a board assembly tonight at seven.
eSN: What has the pandemic adjustment been like to your district?
JK: So the web studying piece by itself, we’ve executed for some time in various capability. About 12 years in the past, we had began our on-line cyber faculty. It was all our academics, all our college students, all our curriculum. We nonetheless provide it in some capability, however not full-blown, like we used to. So far as distant studying, we’ve additionally had an LMS with curriculum for in all probability the previous 12 or so years. So academics have been aware of that.