The month of March has been a whirlwind of uncertainty, emotion, and rapid change. Fortunately for us, the UA has a tremendously talented and dedicated community of principals, educators, and school staff who mobilized quickly to transition from brick & mortar schools to create a virtual education landscape in just a few days. Thanks to them, more than 80% of our students have remained connected, engaged, and productive during this first week of remote learning.
Our central team has also worked tirelessly to forge ahead as a remote community, making sure our school leaders and educators had the systems and supports they needed to transition quickly.
Here is a glance at what the Urban Assembly has accomplished in just one week: