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  • Navigating the Uncertainty of Reopening Schools: A Guide for Parents, Families, and the Public

    Policy Analysis for California Education

    This brief offers the questions that parents, educators, and the public should ask about the education, health, safety, and social-emotional needs of children and adults when considering plans for reopening during the pandemic. The authors, education and health policy experts, summarize what is known in these areas and provide a set of questions intended to prompt a cooperative effort to encourage safe, effective, and equitable teaching and learning in every phase of pandemic schooling.

  • Resources to Support Civic Engagement

    CA Department of Education

    Students, families and local PTAs can use these resources to support civic engagement inside and outside the classroom. The page has a wealth of resources for educators as well.

  • Back to school amid Covid: What if I’m not ready?

    As the fall approaches, schools across the United States are planning to reopen despite active COVID-19 outbreaks in many areas. Understandably, some parents feel confused about how they should best protect their child as they encounter conflicting information from different sources. While the right solution may look different for every family, you can take steps with your children to help reduce risk once the school year arrives.

  • e-Math Help

    Paul-- a math teacher

    This is a free online resource for high school and college students, teachers, parents and people who want to refresh their knowledge in math. This is a perfect study site to get help to do your homework, prepare for a test, or just refresh your memory.

  • Activities that Boost Creativity

    Bay Area Discovery Museum

    This idea-packed website has a wealth of ideas for activities that stretch kids’ imagination. Most of them are easy to do at home. You can search by kids age, difficulty, time the activity takes, etc.

  • Quick Guide on Making School Climate Improvements

    National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE)

    This Quick Guide provides district and school leaders, teachers, school staff, and other members of the school community with information about how to initiate, implement, and sustain school climate improvements.

  • Supporting grieving students during a pandemic

    Coalition to Support Grieving Students

    The current COVID-19 Pandemic has caused a large and expanding number of deaths in the United States and abroad, while also requiring the implementation of social distancing measures, including lengthy school closures, that makes it increasingly difficult to provide bereavement support to grieving students in the usual ways we relied upon prior to the pandemic.

    • Audience: Parents, Educators, PTA Leaders
    • Resource Type: PDF
    • Hub Category: Community Concerns, Health
    • Grade Level: K-12
  • After a Loved One Dies

    National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement

    This guide reviews how children grieve and how parents and other caring adults can help them better understand and adjust to a death. The information this guide provides can help parents and adults who are part of the lives of children who have experienced a loss know what to expect and how to help.

    • Audience: Parents, Educators, PTA Leaders
    • Resource Type: PDF
    • Hub Category: Community Concerns, Health
    • Grade Level: K-12

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