Davenport Schools adopt K-12 online curriculum
Switch will allow for possible COVID disruptions
Last updated 7/31/2020 at 1:13pm
The Davenport School Board approved the adoption of a new online based curriculum called “K-12” in order to prepare for any disruptions that may occur due to potential COVID-19 shutdowns.
The curriculum is designed to allow teachers to use the same curriculum for in-person classes as well as distance learning. If school is shut down again due to Covid, the curriculum will allow teachers to seamlessly transition between in-person classes and virtual learning.
“This is not a replacement for in-person teaching but it is going to be an unusual year,” Superintendent Jim Kowalkowski told...