This collection shows resources that will help State Education Agencies (SEAs), Regional Education Agencies (REAs), Tribal Education Agencies and Departments (TEA/TEDs), Local Education Agencies (LEAs), and schools succeed during the pandemic. It includes resources produced by the National Comprehensive Center to successfully meet the needs of students and educators during significant disruptions. This collection also includes information about how the pandemic shutdown will affect school district revenues and what the financial turmoil will mean for public education. The collection also includes a set of links to resources that have been curated by National Center staff to support SEAs, LEAs, and school administrators during the pandemic.

    • Thumbnail of cover page Tools for Success in Disruptions: Immediate Recovery and an Opportunity for Change
    • Better Together Cover Better Together: A Coordinated Response for Principals and District Leaders
    • After Action Review Guide cover After Action Review Guide
    • Strategic Budgeting cover Strategic Budgeting: Using Evidence to Mitigate the COVID Slide and Move Toward Improvement
    • Toolkit Cover Returning to School: A Toolkit for Principals
    • Cover image Schools' First and Forever Responders: Preparing and Supporting Teachers
    • Thumbnail of cover page Assessing Socioemotional Needs: Return-To-School Surveys for Teachers, School Counselors, Parents, and Students
    • Thumbnail of title page Tackling the Fall 2020 Return to School - NAESPA
    • Thumbnail of title slide How Districts and Schools Are Using Scenario Planning for the 2020-2021 Return to School
    • Thumbnail of cover page Considerations for Supporting a Successful Start to the 2020-2021 School Year for Students with Disabilities
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        Scenario Planning

        Scenario Planning is a method to prepare for a range of plausible futures based on a set of different “uncertainties.” This video provides an overview of scenario planning and outlines an eight step process to create a set of scenarios to use in responding to an immediate crisis as well as for long term planning.

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