The Ohio Department of Education announced recently the launch of the RemotEDx Exchange, which provides parents and educators of K-12 students access to supports, services and resources for remote education.
The platform is part of the broader RemotEDX initiative, a $15 million effort using federal CARES Act funding to improve remote, hybrid and blended learning.
The exchange is supported by INFOhio, a digital education library and part of the Management Council of the Ohio Education Computer Network (MCOECN).
ODE said that, as with its strategic plan, the RemotEDx initiative places a focus on equity and helping under-served students.
The exchange is available at https://remotedx.infohio.org/.