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Distance learning surveys to students, families, and staff

These surveys help you understand and address the needs of your district community with comprehensive feedback on distance or hybrid learning, well-being, school public health practices, and access to resources.

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  • Community building
  • Survey
  • District
  • Continuous Learning and Distributed Leadership
  • School Systems and Structures
  • Family Support

Distance Learning with Common Sense

These webinar sessions are engaging, virtual opportunities to explore strategies and best practices while connecting with other educators from across the nation—all from the convenience of  home! Free and open to all educators, you can watch the webinars live or recorded on YouTube. (For those watching live, each session will be a 30-minute video conference …

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  • Online professional learning networks
  • Webinar
  • Online course
  • Professional Development (PD)

Distance Learning: 6 UDL Best Practices for Online Learning

UDL practices to proactively reduce barriers to learning so all students can engage.

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  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Article (news or journal)
  • Publication

District Administration

A webpage that maintains an updated list of free K-12 resources during the coronavirus pandemic, primarily focused on curriculum and instruction.

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  • Website
  • District
  • Professional Development (PD)
  • Instructional Strategies

District Postsecondary Success Rubric

Use this Postsecondary Success Rubric from One Goal to re-evaluate and grow your district’s postsecondary readiness programs. Each of the seven focus areas have exemplary practices and resources from across the country to help home in on best practices as you evaluate your district or school. One linked resource is a toolkit for postsecondary success …

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  • Tool
  • Educator
  • Principal
  • School Leader
  • College & Career Readiness
  • Postsecondary readiness and access

Early Warning Intervention and Monitoring System

Regional Education Laboratory (REL) created this easy seven step process to implement early warning indicators in a school or across a district.

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  • Tool
  • Educator
  • District
  • Principal
  • School Leader
  • Revisiting Structures and Policies
  • The Comeback
  • Using Data Strategically
  • Working with Families to Improve Student Attendance
  • Attendance

ED School Climate Surveys

Leaders’ support of student-centered learning experiences that foster belonging and ignite student agency, identity and voice will build towards inclusive and affirming environments.  Districts can utilize the School Climate Survey to collect and act on reliable, nationally-validated school climate data in real-time.

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  • Community building
  • Positive youth development
  • Website
  • Tool
  • District
  • Intermediary
  • School Leader
  • Principal
  • The Comeback
  • Relevant Curriculum
  • Igniting Learning

Educating the Whole Child: Improving School Climate to Support Student Success

Incorporate elements of identify-safe learning experiences that promote student achievement and attachment to school. To learn more about these practices, download Educating the whole child: Improving school climate to support student success, by Linda Darling-Hammond and Channa Cook-Harvey

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  • Educator
  • Principal
  • School Leader
  • Student Well-Being
  • Emotional Well-Being

Education and Career Plan (ECP) template and guides

Students who create a plan during high school that they update and revise year-to-year with guidance from caring, knowledgeable adults are both better prepared for life after high school and more aware of how their educational and career plans are interconnected. When students know what courses and activities align to their interests and goals for …

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  • Equity
  • Positive youth development
  • Two-way communication
  • Student engagement
  • Tool
  • Educator
  • School Leader
  • Intermediary
  • District
  • Principal
  • Rigor & Compassion

Education in a Pandemic: The Disparate Impacts of COVID-19 on America’s Students

This Report from the US Department of Education tells part of a developing story by offering a series of snapshots from mid-March 2020, when many schools  shifted abruptly to remote learning, to mid-April 2021. This developing story prompts eleven observations about how widely—and inequitably—the pandemic appears to have impacted America’s students during this time.  The …

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  • Accessibility
  • Equity
  • College and Career Readiness
  • Positive youth development
  • Student engagement
  • Report (policy, research)
  • Intermediary
  • District
  • Principal
  • School Leader
  • The Comeback
  • College & Career Readiness

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