This week, ExcelinEd shared two resources on reopening schools to support leaders as they make thoughtful decisions regarding the safety and wellbeing of their students and communities. Look below or visit ExcelinEd.org/COVID-19 for these—and more—resources.
What Others Are Saying
Guidance about what returning to school could look like.
Trend #3: "There seems to be more clarity in leaders’ planning for the academic needs of students than for social/emotional, health and safety or wraparound services." https://t.co/voGro5J3cI via @ExcelinEd
— BARR Center (@BarrCenter) May 14, 2020
.@ExcelinEd shares a range of options state leaders may consider as they coordinate school reopening—from schedules and opportunities for increased instructional time to educator staffing and student health. https://t.co/wbaMzZUXJk
— PIE Network (@PIEnetwork) May 21, 2020
1) Most states are planning to have local districts determine their own reopening schedules. pic.twitter.com/AB28CzOJEO
— All4Ed (@All4Ed) May 20, 2020
Schools will eventually open up again. How can we leverage international research to accelerate student learning in the process? Check out our policy paper, released this morning with Chiefs for Change. https://t.co/WPHQiGAwTI pic.twitter.com/f6HvihNEMY
— Ashley Rogers Berner (@BernerEd) May 14, 2020