Distance Learning with Common Sense: Reaching Spanish-Speaking Families Virtually and Via Texts
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The number of families in the United States speaking Spanish at home is on the rise. And, despite the cultural barriers associated with distance learning, Spanish-speaking parents continue to find ways to support their kids' learning at home.What resources do you have in place to engage your Latinx population? Join Rocío López, community partnership manager for Common Sense Latino, and Common Sense Education managers Vicki Saylor and Jamie Nuñez as they share culturally relevant resources and best practices to engage Latinx families.