Resources for Districts

This section highlights distance learning resources for districts to support continued learning outcomes for schools, teachers, parents, and students. For resources that provide a “more” link, you will be directed back to the TA Center website for additional COVID-19 resources.

  • Continuity of Learning: Resources for LEAs. This resource collection from the Comprehensive Center Network features resource lists, websites, and webinars to support LEAs in their work to protect equity and ensure continuity of learning for students.
  • REMS TA Center Community of Practice. The Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) TA Center Community of Practice (CoP) is a virtual space for education agencies to collaborate and learn from the experiences of others in the field as well as share resources, tools, questions, and information specific to COVID-19. Leaders involved in the field of school and/or IHE emergency management are welcome to join, from members of emergency operations planning teams and law enforcement officers to community members and parents. More…
  • Equitable Practices for Online Learning. This webinar series from the IDRA Equity Assistance Center – South provides tips and tools for educators and schools to address the digital divide and continue student learning during this unprecedented coronavirus (COVID-19) event. More…
  • Ensuring Continuity of Learning and Operations for English Learners. The National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition provides resources intended for school personnel and institutions of higher education to improve distance learning and the support of English learners and their families during school closures. More…
  • Going the Distance: Online Strategies for Helping Students with Disabilities. This blog by Regional Educational Laboratory Mid-Atlantic for district leaders, school leaders, and teachers share research of promising practices of online learning for students with disabilities and provides suggestions education leaders should consider when working online with students with disabilities based on research findings.
  • How “Classrooms on Wheels” Continue to Reach Rural Preschoolers During the Pandemic. This blog by Regional Educational Laboratory West for early childhood providers and district leadership share that a substantial body of research has established the benefits of preschool education to young children’s ongoing academic learning and development of social and emotional skills. Because Preschool opportunities are limited in Nevada’s rural high desert, a local full-service family support nonprofit organization, Community Chest, Inc., has been reaching and teaching 3- and 4-year-olds who would not otherwise have access to a pre-K education.

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Last Modified: 12/08/2020