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Schools are closed and most colleges are either shut down or jumping to online-only classes during the COVID-19 crisis. There are a lot of barriers to overcome. Some are technical, like navigating apps and securing consistent internet access. Others are less tangible, including maintaining focus and coping with isolation. We’ll hear from education experts about what we might expect in the coming weeks of the evolving COVID-19. We’ll also get some advice about getting the most from remote learning.
Dr. Tonya Drake (Cowichan First Nation) – chancellor and regional vice president of the northwest for Western Governors University-Washington
Kelley Mitchell (Diné) – senior student success coach for the American Indian College Fund
Maka Black Elk (Oglala Lakota) – director of curriculum and instruction at Red Cloud Indian School
Break 1 music: Tha Tribe (World) (song) Anthony Wakeman (artist) Butterfly Dreams – Native American Flute Music (album)
Break 2 music: Bounce Wit Me (song) P. Town Boyz (song) P. Town Boyz (album)