K-12 Education Recovery Task Force

Overview

K-12 Education Recovery Task Force

How do we move our students, schools and educators forward amid the coronavirus pandemic?

The SREB K-12 Education Recovery Task Force is convening leaders from 16 states to collaborate on strategies for reopening public schools following closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The task force’s highest priority is addressing how to meet the academic, emotional and nutritional needs of students. The group will seek solutions to prepare for a possible COVID-19 resurgence and future emergencies and tackle other key issues, including:

  • Students’ academic growth and any possible learning loss
  • Equity and opportunity for students during and after the crisis
  • Using federal stimulus funds effectively and managing state budget priorities
  • Access to broadband and the use of technology
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New K-12 Task Force Sets Initial Priorities
April 23 meeting summary

The Southern Regional Education Board’s K-12 Education Recovery Task Force convened its first meeting last week and identified initial priorities to help states address in the coming weeks and months. The task force is bringing together state and local education leaders from across the South to determine how to reopen school buildings and the best ways to serve students and support teachers.

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Members
K-12 Education Recovery Task Force

The SREB K-12 Education Recovery Task Force convenes state leaders to collaborate on strategies for reopening public schools following closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The task force includes representatives from each SREB state.

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K-12 Education Recovery Task Force to Serve 16 States

Leaders from 16 states will serve on a new regional Education Recovery Task Force to help states determine the best strategies for reopening K-12 public schools, providing each student with the support they need, and planning for a possible COVID-19 resurgence and future emergencies, the Southern Regional Education Board announced today.