Teachers at West Marin School handed out lunches and packets of homework to families last Monday. Now, the school is assigning work online, settling into a new normal of distance learning for the rest of the year.   David Briggs

With campuses closed for the rest of the school year, West Marin educators are grappling with how to deliver meaningful instruction to students without leaving anyone behind. Internet access is key in the effort.

Districts are working to secure and distribute Google Chromebooks and internet hotspots to students who need them, and teachers are adapting their curriculum . . .