The state’s administrators, teachers, and aides find themselves in new and unchartered territory trying to navigate an entirely remote learning environment. Basic educational strategies that assume a face-to-face environment are now unavailable, and teachers are using new technology and products with which they had little, if any, prior experience.
States across the nation are beginning to plan for reopening businesses, houses of worship, and other venues. In many states, however, schools have committed to concluding the school year without returning to face-to-face instruction and the use of school facilities.
A strategic and flexible approach is usually the most important aspect of conducting a successful investigation. Before asking questions, several key undertakings and decisions often need to be made. One is conducting a document review of information, such as employee and student records to glean as much information about the investigation as possible.
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