Learning Forward selected to launch RemotEDx Networked Learning Community
On behalf of RemotEDx and its implementation partners, the Department is pleased to announce that Learning Forward was competitively selected to co-design and launch the RemotEDx Networked Learning Community and coordinate Ohio’s remote education and professional learning portfolio.
Learning Forward will receive $1 million from the state’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund to:
- Coordinate the state’s portfolio of remote, hybrid and blended education programs and practices.
- Identify and promote enhanced professional learning opportunities for remote, hybrid and blended education opportunities.
- Co-design and build a networked learning community that considers problems of practice, unites key partners and harnesses their collective power to help propel Ohio’s in-person, remote, hybrid and blended education infrastructure forward to the future.
- Ensure equity is a top priority and significantly informs professional learning opportunities and all aspects of the networked learning community.
Eligible applicants included nonprofit organizations focused on remote education and student success; community-based innovative education partners; educational service centers; and institutions of higher education.
Learning Forward’s successful application and project summary can be found on the RemotEDx website.