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School's Out Washington COVID-19 Impact Survey: Analysis of organizations shifting to virtual programming
School's Out Washington developed the COVID-19 Impact Survey to understand how school-age childcare and youth development programs in Washington State have maintained and changed since the start of the pandemic. This brief highlights programming shifts to virtual platforms and discusses both synchronous and asynchronous learning shifts. Synchronous learning occurs when youth and staff utilize programs like Zoom or Google Hangout to respond immediately. While asynchronous learning opportunities occur when organizations post learning modules to their website or other online platforms like Facebook. (author abstract)
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