K-12 Recovery Instruction & Educator Support
As they plan to reopen, states, districts and schools need to adopt systems and strategies that support students in mastering new content and recovering ground lost during school closures. Learn how to use ongoing learning assessments and meaningful interventions to promote success for each student.
COVID-19 health and safety guidelines have led many districts to adopt hybrid schedules and instructional models in which students learn online, in person or both, based on parent choice and current pandemic conditions. Explore ways to ensure each student has equitable access to quality online, blended or hybrid instruction.
As districts and schools prepare to reopen, the COVID-19 pandemic presents a critical opportunity to reimagine how students receive instruction and support services. Explore actions states, districts and schools can take to create new systems and processes that promote and expand access to quality learning experiences and ensure equity for each student.
When schools closed this spring, most instruction pivoted to an online format with a focus on reviewing previously covered curriculum. Although some new instruction occurred during remote learning, about one-fourth of grade-level and content standards went unaddressed. Learn how schools and districts can adapt their curriculum to scaffold prerequisite skills in new instruction.