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Resource roundup: Returning to school during COVID-19

Resource roundup: Returning to school during COVID-19

By Sara Mitrano
August 25, 2020

School districts across the country face numerous challenges as they begin teaching students this fall. We rounded up evidence-based resources from the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) network to support educators as they respond to the learning and teaching disruptions caused by the pandemic, including addressing summer learning loss, fostering positive learning environments for students and teachers, and supporting students with disabilities and English learner students. For more resources on teaching during the pandemic, visit the REL Program’s COVID-19 page.

Identifying and addressing the impacts of summer learning loss

Because of COVID-19, many students may not have been able to participate in summer learning programs or were less engaged than in previous years.

Fostering positive learning environments for students and teachers

Adapting instruction for students with disabilities

Supporting English learner students

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Sara Mitrano

Research Associate | REL Midwest


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