Resource for States
This resource collection provides resources and information for state education leaders to provide equitable educational opportunities for all students. The resources here support special student populations that are the focus of federal education programs.
- Continuity of Learning: Resources to Ensure Equity. This resource collection curated by the National Comprehensive Center resources to support SEAs, LEAs, and school leaders in their ongoing efforts to ensure educational equity for the most vulnerable students.
- Ensuring Continuity of Learning and Operations. This resource collection from the National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition includes 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.
Students with Disabilities
- FAQ on State and District Response to COVID-19 Outbreak: What Are Some Specific Practices Used to Support English Learner (EL) Students and Their Families? In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Institute for Education Sciences has developed a resource that addresses FAQs on some specific practices used to support English Learner (EL) students and their families.
- Office of Special Education Programs Technical Assistance and Dissemination Centers. The Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) supports personnel development, technical assistance and dissemination, technology, media and materials, and parent-training and information centers. OSEP funds over 50 centers to provide a diverse range of services and supports to special education stakeholders. These centers provide technical assistance (TA) services to families, schools, districts, and States.
- 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.
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