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Fear and stress resulting from the outbreak of coronavirus can be overwhelming for the entire K-12 community. Regardless of current proximity to an outbreak, students may be overcome with many questions, fears, and anxieties, leaving teachers and parents to figure out how to support them while also managing their own emotions.
EAB is working with partners to plan for, respond to, and communicate with stakeholders schools' responses to coronavirus.
District and school leaders are actively taking measures to prevent or contain the spread of the current pandemic. Here are a few considerations that district and school leaders should keep in mind while working to prevent and contain outbreaks in their schools.
Questions around special education services arise as districts announce plans to continue instruction from a distance. Will COVID-19 exacerbate existing inequities, or could it create a blueprint for equitable, distance-based learning in the future?
As the pressure for schools, employees, students, and parents to respond to COVID-19 increases, some reactions have legal implications. Here are five issues EAB thinks schools should consider while keeping their communities safe.
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This series will distill lessons from districts that have successfully improved reading outcomes, even for the most vulnerable student populations.
Attendees will learn the latest research and innovative best practices to address the adolescent mental health crisis and develop highly effective school leadership.