The following resource was provided by ACSA Partner4Purpose Hanover Research.
With no clear guidance on when it will be safe to resume in-person classes, districts need multi-layered plans for:
- Overall satisfaction with how student services have been maintained during the transition to remote learning;
- How educators are encouraging student engagement with online and remote learning materials;
- Barriers to students’ progress, such as lack of technology skills or guidance from administrators.
Even as they work on a safe and smooth reopening, districts must have contingency plans in place for student support, operations and human resources, and organizational leadership to be prepared for potential new challenges (such as a second outbreak). Hanover Research has developed this new workbook, "Charting the Course Forward: Planning Your District Reopening Strategy Amid COVID-19," which provides interactive guides and checklists to help district leaders formulate and implement these plans at different stages of the upcoming school year.
Download a recent webinar where Hanover experts and educational leaders discuss how district leaders are utilizing our reopening workbook.