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How Engaged Detroit is Helping Students and Families #MeetTheMoment

With support from the National Parents Union, a Meet the Moment grant partner, Bradley launched Engaged Detroit, a homeschool co-op. The co-op is part of a network started specifically to serve Black families in response to the pandemic and the continued challenges in Detroit Public Schools, where 82 percent of students are African-American and just 6.5 percent of sixth-graders are doing math on grade level.

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Colearning Communities in the Cloud

Before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Catherine Fraise served as the founder and executive director of Workspace Education, an educational co-working space that served 80 families in southwest Connecticut. She also created 100 Roads (formerly known as the International...

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Pandemic Leads to Increased Interest in Microschools

One recent morning, Kelly Smith’s 10-year-old daughter told him that in addition to the ukulele, which she already plays, she was interested in learning the harmonica. Smith asked if she was willing to do some lessons and learn through YouTube tutorials. She said yes,...

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