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As educators adjust to an entirely new reality, home learning understandably has presented some significant challenges. Join a group of fellow educational leaders for a Home Learning Virtual Roundtable to engage in this important conversation to share and learn best practices. Superintendent of D.C. Everest Area School District in Wisconsin, Dr. Kristine Gilmore, shares that she has been focused on taking care of their community first. As not all students have WiFi or a conducive situation for independent remote learning, she has created a webpage for families in her district. With students experiencing varying levels of access to technology, communicating with students can prove difficult. As we brainstorm new and different ways to deliver instruction, evoke ideas for keeping students engaged, and preserve a sense of school community, we all have likely reached a similar conclusion: this new reality is complicated, and many teachers are looking to their districts for direction on virtual instruction. Join us to hear from leaders like Kristine in regard to how they are supporting their districts, schools, and students. We at Transeo want to help.