Disruption: Resources to Support

Submitted on November 16, 2020 by:
Matt Finster
Allison Layland

As we move into the early winter, sharp raises in the number of COVID-19 cases are creating additional disruptions in districts and schools’ plans. For example, the West Virginia Governor recently announced an executive order moving students to remote learning for a week following Thanksgiving. And, in hotspots across the country, including New York, Boston and Central Indiana, there are similar stories of schools cancelling in–person instruction and moving back to remote or hybrid learning

District and schools leaders need resources and supports to ensure learning continues for each student, to support families as they address learning at home, and for staff as they engage in distance learning. The National Comprehensive Center released a collection of resources designed to support states, districts and schools as they make needed shifts to address the impact of COVID-19 on teaching and learning. Three of these resources could be help as stricter measures take place:

For more information or support in using any of these resources please contact the Region 5 Comprehensive Center.