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This fall, districts should create Family Virtual Learning Profiles, which will improve the effectiveness of remote instruction by better aligning virtual learning activities and communications with the needs of individual households.
Parents advocating for pandemic pods? Channel their commitment to virtual learning success in these 5 ways
Learn how schools can channel pandemic pods concerns into support from parents, guardians, and primary caregivers to enhance virtual learning efforts.
Firm shares insights from more than a hundred district leaders on how to safely educate students
For all districts, whether they begin this school year remotely or in-person, epidemiologists explain that resurgences in the virus’s spread are expected, which will likely result in school re-closings. Here are six actions districts need to take now to prepare for potential re-closures this fall.
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Texas Tech K12 Online has significant experience and insight to offer schools as they prepare for distance learning 2.0 in the fall.
EAB presents a multi-stage strategy for districts to prepare their mental health supports and systems of care for the demands of the next school year. This material is suggested for Superintendents, assistant/associate superintendents, and directors of student services/counseling.
The nationwide transition to distance learning placed undue burden on the parents of all students. But, no group of parents experienced a bumpier transition to distance learning than the parents of students with disabilities.
Most districts haven’t yet developed comprehensive “Return to Learn” plans. EAB previews the most important questions districts have to get right, learning lessons from other countries’ and states’ reopening experiences to inform your spring and summer planning.