IMPROVE DELIVERY OF REMOTE EDUCATION
The district has spent millions of dollars to be able to produce remote education: from neighborhood hot-spots that ensure internet accessibility to thousands of laptops and other hardware. This investment of taxpayer dollars cannot be wasted. It might be as benign as a snow-day, or it may be due to a natural disaster, but the need for remote education will return. And while it should always be our first priority to deliver in-person education, we should capitalize on the massive investments in technology that have been made by enhancing teacher training as they utilize this new resource. We owe it to our students and teachers, and we owe it to the taxpayers.