The School Superintendents Association provides educators with access to webinars regarding COVID-19 and leadership. Topics include operating school districts under quarantine, communicating with staff and students, and ensuring high quality virtual learning for all students.
The School Superintendents Association provides educators with guidance and resources for reopening schools in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
Guidance and video resources provide information and portray practices for teachers and families to support all students — including students with disabilities — both at school and at home.
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) will be offering 6 weeks of free virtual professional learning sessions through their virtual institute beginning June 1, 2020. The institute will include over 100 presentations of content shared by NAEYC experts, including policy experts, higher education faculty, school leaders, researchers, and educators.
Storyline Online is a collection of book titles with accompanying storytelling videos, parent activity guides, and teacher activity guides containing English Language Arts lessons with cross-curricular activities relevant to the story.
Students in PreK through high school can listen to this collection of audio stories from any device for continuous learning in English Language Arts and foreign languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese).
Parents or guardians can watch videos of specific family literacy activities and engage in these activities with their second grader to support literacy development.
This guidance document provides parents and teachers with supportive resources for students with dyslexia during COVID-19 remote learning.Resource to Support Students with Dyslexia
The tool facilitates the use of a four-phase strategic planning process to answer essential questions and conducting planning for the 2020-2021 re-opening of schools.