Supporting Educational Equity during COVID-19

As school leaders finalize continued learning plans, the Education Trust-Midwest has published key recommendations for how to promote instructional equity and preserve student well-being throughout this period of school closures for underserved communities. The educational stakes of the COVID-19 pandemic are especially high for students with disabilities, English learners, and students experiencing homelessness. A focus on educational equity throughout planning and school closures will be essential for meeting the needs of vulnerable student groups.

As school leaders prepare continued learning plans, Education Trust – Midwest published key recommendations for how to promote instructional equity and preserve student well-being throughout this period of school closures for underserved communities.

SUPPORTING ENGLISH LEARNERS

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

STUDENTS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS

As school leaders adjust emergency plans, we’ve identified 8 specific steps they should explore in order to promote instructional equity and preserve student well-being throughout this period of school closures.

FACT SHEET – ENGLISH

FACT SHEET – ARABIC

FACT SHEET – SPANISH

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