It’s time to embrace an understanding of homeschooling that acknowledges the proliferation of new approaches that blur current definitional boundaries and break down barriers between school, home, and community.
This week, more districts are tightening health precautions and clarifying quarantine procedures.
Families delivered innovative solutions to pandemic-fueled education disruptions. Policymakers should support them to do so again
Policymakers and local education leaders can and should empower families and community-based organizations to devise their own solutions.
More masks, more vaccines, more online learning, but what about quarantines? The latest on school district fall reopening
Details are still emerging about how districts plan to manage the interruptions as students, or some entire classes or grades, miss days or even weeks of school because of exposure to COVID-19.
So far, our review of 100 large and urban school districts finds all of them plan to resume classes in person.
States must not repeat the mistakes of 2020, when many sidestepped their role in supporting districts’ reopening plans.
From crisis response to sustainable solution: What’s next for school district- and community-driven learning pods?
We turned to our existing database of 372 school district- and community-driven learning pods to answer this question: How sustainable is the learning pod movement?
Use the Canopy project interactive data portal to search for innovative schools by region, level, focus, and more.
Three new policy memos provide recommendations to start a discussion about how state leaders can ensure these shifts lead to better teaching, learning, engagement, and well-being for students.
School system leaders can draw lessons from small pandemic learning communities to better support their students’ well-being and learning.