Joint Guidance for Superintendents from the NC Department of Public Instruction and the NC Department of Health and Human Services for the Operation of School-Based Emergency Child Care during the COVID-19 School Closure (added 3/18/20)
Leaders Building Leaders: Charter School Leader Community COVID-19 Collaboration
Newsela is offering its entire product suite, free of charge, to all districts and teachers through the end of the school year.
California Department of Education – Distance Learning Opportunities (some of these resources are relevant to CA only, but some are relevant outside of CA as well)
School Choice Week – Resources for Remote Learning
The New Teacher Project – Resources for Learning at Home When Schools Close
BoardOnTrack – Charter Boards’ Guide to Going Remote (ebook)
BoardOnTrack – Continuity Coaching: Charter Boards Go Remote (webinar)
Getting Internet Access: Available Plans – resource from California Department of Education
NACSA Webinar (March 23 & 24 2020) – COVID-19 and Students With Disabilities
National School Choice Week – Educating Students with Disabilities During the Time of COVID-19
Flyer Connect – Free access to translated messaging tool, e-learning tools and wellness resources for all schools and districts.
Instruction Partners – COVID-19 School Closures: Practical Actions to Prepare for Continued Student Learning
Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute – Ultimate Guides to Online Learning
NC SEL Flyer from NC Department of Public Instruction, Exceptional Children Division
North Carolina Charter School Meal Service
Many North Carolinians are in need of free food due to school closures, loss of income, or other challenges caused by COVID-19. In response to this need, the NC Association for Public Charter Schools has developed two ways for residents to find free food:
- Student meal sites where any child can pick up free meals.
- Student meal delivery.
Find student meal sites using the map below.