Responding to COVID-19: Resources for Our Community
Last spring, all Washington school districts faced the challenge of shifting their educational model to an entirely online and remote experience, as in-person schools were forced to close due to COVID-19. Many teachers, families, school leaders, advocates, and community members worked urgently and tirelessly to ensure that students were able to access their education and basic needs during a time of unprecedented change.
School closures have already widened gaps in resources and access among kids and families, especially those without access to technology, students with disabilities, students who are learning English, students living in poverty, students of color, and students in early learning programs. As schools develop and implement reopening plans for the 2020-2021 school year, we must work collaboratively to continue supporting children and to ensure this opportunity for adaptation results in system-level change. This page is a working resource for parents, families, teachers, students, and other community members as we respond to the impacts of COVID-19 on education, equity, and wellness of children and families.
You can also click here to view our past LEVinars, which feature discussions with Superintendent Reykdal, WA State Teachers of the Year, and more about supporting children and families during the COVID-19 crisis. Visit our Lunchtime LEVinar page for more.
Please know League of Education Voters is here for you. Let us know if you have programs or ideas, leads, or innovative approaches, and we will share them with other parents. Come to us if you have ideas for how we can help or for what is or is not working. If you have resources to share with others, please contact us.
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