Continue remotely. As a teacher, I find that statement to be naive. Assuming, each district has an online Learning Management System; not all teachers have unit and lesson plans online. Even if the districts have online materials, how will instruction be accomplished? FaceTime, Google Hangout? I work in a Title 1 school, 67% of our students meet Fed poverty level, and 20% are homeless. A large percentage of these kids don’t have access to the Internet, at home. Equity will drive the political discussions. If all can’t continue, none will continue. The districts will likely decide to award the students with their current grade and start planning the next school year.
I have lesson plans online, but my equipment is in the classroom. I can’t accomplish “Hands On” instruction from home.