It's Not Too Late.

While many teachers and students were looking forward to the start of the new school year they believed would be back to normal, those hopes were quickly diminished as the Delta variant emerged, vaccine rates fell, and infections rates started to climb.

Some are already sending students back home to learn. Time reports that: “More than 80 school districts or charter networks have closed or delayed in-person classes[...].” 

In this guide, we’ll explore the options your school has to ensure learning continuity for your students this school year. 

What's inside

  • Why continuity planning is needed
  • How to take advantage of relief funding to improve learning continuity 
  • Tips on how to implement and maintain your plans


Planning for Continuity of Learning in K-12

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