Meal delivery during coronavirus closures: Legal considerations
COVID-19 meal delivery requires written notice, as the National School Lunch Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act do not authorize release of household contact information for children without the parent's formal consent.
Executive functioning deficits: 5 strategies to help students learn online
Online learning is difficult for students with executive functioning challenges because of the lack of constant support and the need for self-regulation, but there are ways to help students who struggle in these areas as everyone adjusts to COVID-19-related changes.
Online instruction: Tips from educators making the switch
Educational technologist, adjunct professor and FETC featured speaker Kathy Schrock shares the ideas, solutions and feelings of her graduate students, K-12 teachers who are on the front lines of moving instruction online and helping students (and parents) adjust.
4 ways district CTOs can support educators during school closures
Sharing digital resources and helping K-12 administrators and staff communicate and collaborate online is key, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Eujon Anderson, who is the technology director for Troy City Schools in Alabama.