COVID-19 K to 12: Managing Your School During a Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the closure of thousands of schools. Every school district will select one of three scenarios, based on county orders, state requirements, or district decisions:
- Scenario 1 (Optimistic): Reopen and hope the pandemic has passed
- Scenario 2 (Cautious): Continue the remote-schooling model for an additional few weeks
- Scenario 3 (Conservative): Continue the remote-schooling model through the close of the 2019-20 school year
Regardless of which path you take, you can learn from the challenges and successes of schools across the country. With several weeks of data, the best strategies for how to handle educating during the pandemic will be more apparent.
You can use evidence from what worked to modify your activities for the months ahead or if the coronavirus reemerges in the 2020–21 school year, as CDC officials expect.
- What strategies worked best for K–12 education during the COVID-19 outbreak over the past two months? What approaches were not effective?
- How did technology facilitate education?
- What is the current status of the pandemic for schools?
- What are the CDC’s predictions for future outbreaks?
- How will K–12 education likely change permanently?
- How have significant legal issues been handled?
- What are professional associations and teacher unions doing to help their members cope?
- What does the U.S. Department of Education intend to do?
- What are the impacts of the federal Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Family & Medical Leave Expansion Act?
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