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 …
The MI Blueprint for Comprehensive Student Recovery is designed to support local education leaders in developing and implementing a comprehensive recovery plan that is multi-year, evidence-based, and equity-driven. Specifically, it will provide a foundation to support in key activities over the next six to eighteen months. This can serve as a template for other States …
Ready to Create, Change, or Improve a District or School’s Postsecondary Practices? This site offers many resources and supports to get you started. It also reviews Key Approaches for Supporting Postsecondary Transitions including; Transforming Postsecondary Advising Using Data to Educate Students and Inform Services Increasing FAFSA Completion Reducing Summer Melt and Ensuring Matriculation
Listening to Recent High School Grads: ‘Be Mindful of What We Have Gone Through’ draws on a nationwide survey and interviews with 2020 and 2021 high school graduates who have delayed their education plans. While most students ultimately plan to enroll in postsecondary education, their experiences with the pandemic have prompted them to reassess their educational …
An article outlining results from a recent poll of college students highlighting effects of COVID on college and career readiness.
Cornelius Minor, a Brooklyn-based educator and staff developer with the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, he talks about key themes around anti-bias and anti-racist professional development in his book called “We Got This: Equity, Access, and the Quest to Be Who Our Students Need Us to Be.”
Portland State University has curated a resource page dedicated to creating culturally responsive curriculum.
Join Black Lives Matter at School’s annual week of action during the first week of February each year.
This Let’s Talk guide offers classroom-ready strategies you can use to plan discussions and to facilitate conversations about topics such as white privilege, police violence, economic inequality with your students
This NEA and Learning for Justice webinar provides guidance on how to have meaningful conversations with students about race, racism and other important topics.