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Here are 105 free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on April 3.
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.
Students with and without pre-existing anxiety may feel overwhelmed and uneasy because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Here are seven ways educators can help them remotely.
Simply generating a conversation around esports can help your K-12 school get on a path to be a game-changer, but be sure to set out a strategy and get buy-in from stakeholders.
CARES Act provides funding for school districts facing the increased costs of shifting to online learning and managing the coronavirus-related health and safety issues.
Shortages of face shields and other protective equipment motivated high school senior Emmanuel Cuevas to use his 3D printer to produce face shields for local doctors and nurses.
Sustaining social-emotional learning is crucial as students and teachers make the big shift to online and distance learning during the coronavirus closures.
The California-Irvine professor and former White House Senior Policy adviser will discuss “The Intellectual Life of Esports” in the inaugural event’s opening session.
Teachers in the Bronx are receiving virtual PD in distance learning from Fordham University; Berea College is feeding K-12 students while schools are closed.
Shifting school start times continues to generate headlines, but some educators say the entire school schedule can be reorganized to better support teaching and learning.
The daily school bus delivery of school lunch and breakfast becomes the highlight of the day for students while the coronavirus pandemic has schools closed in Iberville Parish Schools in Louisiana.