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Remote learning is a new reality for many K-12 school districts, but many educators continue to struggle with delivering effective virtual instruction. This resource center compiles six professional development videos that are designed to equip K-12 virtual educators with the knowledge and strategies that they will need to succeed.
Improve reading instruction
Almost all students are expected to enter the fall nearly a full grade-level behind and will likely need to navigate a completely new school environment. As a result, many educators are overwhelmed to cover unprecedented amounts of instructional content in less time. To aid the instructional planning process, EAB developed a Curricula Prioritization Tool to help educators identify and prioritize high-impact content and activities within their existing curricula.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected and exacerbated existing inequalities for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and low-income communities that will have ramifications well beyond the pandemic. Use these equity practices in your K-12 district to support underserved students.
Texas Tech K12 Online has significant experience and insight to offer schools as they prepare for distance learning 2.0 in the fall.
Strong summer programming can narrow the achievement gap in reading. This toolkit is designed to help districts attract and enroll students in summer programming who are struggling to read and maximize the benefits of the programming through strong attendance rates all summer long.
Use this step-by-step guide to create a college counseling program that will enable underrepresented students to pick a college or university that will set them up for lifelong success.
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Fact vs. Myth: What All District Leaders Should Know and Do to Improve Virtual Teaching and Learning
District leaders will identify the most common mistakes from last spring’s distance learning and learn relevant practices for improving virtual instruction.
Maximizing the 2020-2021 School Year: Ensuring Student, Teacher, and School Success in the Era of COVID and Multimodal Learning
Despite schools being turned upside down due to COVID, districts leaders are being asked to not only survive the current challenges but thrive.
Independent School Executive Forum
- 124 partner schools across the United States
- ~90% of partners consider national meetings “Excellent.”
District Leadership Forum
- Currently serving 130 member districts across the United States
- 3.95/4.00 cumulative national meeting GPA since 2017