Online learning can help minimize racism and ableism in and out of the classroom

From EdTech Focus On Higher Education: “… 68 percent of Black students and 60 percent of Hispanic students feel positive about online learning, and the transition to virtual learning has offered some students with disabilities new educational modalities. … ‘Being online decreased time on campus, where many students of color experience racism either via microaggressions or more overt forms of hostility or racism, either in the classroom or on the campus itself,’ says Raechele L. Pope, associate dean for faculty and student affairs and chief diversity officer at the University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education.”

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