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These resources are designed to help Regional Centers, state and local education agencies, educators, and parents as they collectively navigate the unpredictable path back to school.  In addition to the resources in this collection, the National Center has gathered selected resources from national organizations and educational institutions, as well as a set of state plans related to returning to school, which will be updated as new plans become available and current plans are revised.

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This collection offers resources to help state and local agencies identify and address gaps in the educator career pathway and support the development of a diverse and culturally competent workforce.

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The Summer Learning & Enrichment Collaborative (“The Collaborative”) is a professional learning community that brings together relevant stakeholders to help states use more than $1.2 billion of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding to build evidence-based summer programs that address the lost instructional and extracurricular time students may have experienced as a result of the pandemic, especially underserved students and those disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click here to visit the National Comprehensive Center's page about the Collaborative.

This collection also shares resources across the CCNetwork for summer learning and enrichment

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States have long been working to provide families with educational options, but the COVID-19 crisis has elevated the need for families to have different schooling options at their disposal. This series of briefs covers district-level open enrollment, charter schools, private schools, homeschooling, virtual schooling, dual enrollment (high school and college), and rural education. Each brief discusses the financial implications of that educational choice and includes a summary of trends in participation and outcomes. Each brief concludes with a set of best practices to support policymakers in designing school choice policies.

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Whether in the classroom, at home, or in other remote learning situations, literacy remains a key component of education. These resources gather practical tips for evidence-based literacy instruction and strategies for accessing additional sources of support and information.  

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Trauma-Informed Practices (TIPs) are procedures or policies that integrate an understanding of biological, psychological, and social consequences of trauma and toxic stress to reduce their negative effects on students, staff, and the school system.

These resources have been curated by National Center staff to support SEAs, LEAs, and school administrators during COVID-19. We’ll update these resources regularly.

To access a longer list of resources, click here.

 

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The long-term outcomes of the Comprehensive Centers Program include improving educational opportunities and academic outcomes for disadvantaged and low-income students. 

The National Center team has curated the following resources to support SEAs, LEAs, and school leaders in their ongoing efforts to ensure educational equity for the most vulnerable students. We’ll update these resources regularly.

To access a longer list of resources, click here

This list includes new resources shared with us by the National Center on Pyramid Model Interventions (NCPMI) - an OSEP funded TA Center that focuses on improving outcomes of young children with, and at risk for, developmental disabilities or delays.

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These resources have been curated by National Center staff to support SEAs, LEAs, and school leaders in the important work of supporting social emotional for learning as students learn from home. We’ll update these resources regularly.

To access a longer list of resources, click here.

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These resource lists, websites, and webinars have been curated by National Center staff to support LEAs in their work to protect equity and ensure continuity of learning for students. 

In an effort to avoid resource overload, we’ve culled these lists to less than ten high-quality products designed to build policy, human, organizational, and resource capacity. We’ll update these resources regularly.

To access a longer list of resources, click here.
 

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These resource lists, websites, and webinars have been curated by National Center staff to support LEAs in their work to protect equity and ensure continuity of learning for students. 

In an effort to avoid resource overload, we’ve culled these lists to less than ten high-quality products designed to build policy, human, organizational, and resource capacity. We’ll update these resources regularly.

To access a longer list of resources, click here. 
 

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These resource lists, websites, and webinars have been curated by National Center staff to support state education agencies (SEAs) in their work to protect equity and ensure continuity of learning for students. 


In an effort to avoid resource overload, we’ve culled these lists to less than ten high-quality products designed to build policy, human, organizational, and resource capacity. We’ll update these resources regularly.


To access a longer list of resources, click here.

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These resources list websites that have been chosen to support learning offline. Materials available offline are vital to allow for the possibility of restricted access to technology and limited communication by students. The websites include products and services for every grade and covering multiple content areas.

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This set of resources includes websites, electronic products, desktop programs, webinars, and mobile apps that educators can use in their new roles facilitating online learning.  The websites include products and services for every grade and covering multiple content areas, emphasizing a variety of methods.

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Families can access this set of resources as they help their children to stay connected and engaged in the shift to online education. The websites include products and services for every grade and covering multiple content areas, with a special focus on resources that parents and children can enjoy together.