Though the delivery of instruction in the 2020–21 school year will be altered to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, a long-standing research base on high-quality instruction can inform decisions about students’ learning and engagement. The following 10 recommendations distill the key findings from the PACE report Supporting Learning in the COVID-19 Context, which offers a framework for educators and district leaders to use in their preparation to provide quality instruction through distance and blended models.
Watch the recording of the ACSA Governmental Relations Department March 1, 2021 webinar on California's in-person instruction legislation.
Comparison chart showing differences between SB/AB 86 and the final school reopening deal announced March 1, 2021.
ACSA and other statewide organizations, county offices of education and school districts express concerns over the state Legislature's school reopening bill, SB 86/AB 86.
Opening schools during a pandemic: What we can learn from the small school experience.
The ACSA Legislative Lunch Break: Special Edition breaks down the Dec. 3 Regional Stay-at-home order from Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Superintendents share their heroic efforts, experience and lessons learned during the first three weeks of the 20-21 school year during the pandemic.
Practical insights and helpful frameworks for administrators as they support teachers in a remote/hybrid learning environment.
Palo Alto USD has created an in-person center for higher-needs students to access during distance learning days.
On July 17, Governor Gavin Newsom announced two new documents relating to school reopening in response to the increase in COVID-19 cases.