#AskExcelinEd: Resources for school leaders responding to COVID-19

According to the most recent data from Education Week, at least 41.6 million public school students are affected by school closures. We hope the following resources will help state and school leaders as they care for their students and communities.

Interim guidance for K-12 schools to plan, prepare and respond to the Coronavirus.

Resources for educators and local leaders on K-12 flexibilities, student privacy and educating students with disabilities during an outbreak.

Running list of school closures with information on the number of students being affected.

Resources for education system leaders as they respond to the Coronavirus.

Collection of resources to support states amid the outbreak.

Collection of resources for districts, schools and educators–including ones on providing meals through school closures.

Resources for state legislators and staff as they respond to and anticipate impacts of the virus.

The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools has collected the top information and resources on COVID-19 and schools to help educators and leaders.

The Amazon Future Engineer program is supporting high school computer science students by offering free online courses, online test prep and laptops for students needing devices to take AP exams at home.

The National Association of Charter School Authorizers is working to comprehensively respond to the many needs, questions and issues emerging for authorizers each day.