For Families – Remote Learning & Pandemic Resources

Active Schools

How can your school engage families in physical health activities?

This Active Schools Guide provides a variety of creative ideas and simple suggestions for partnering with families to encourage the ...
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How should I work with my child’s school to get them tested for a reading disability or dyslexia?

If you are concerned about your child's progress learning to read, you are not alone! Our team put together some ...
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Supporting Young English Learners at Home (Available in 9 Languages)

The IES.ed.gov website has simple, fun activity ideas for families with young English learners. The activities will help to strengthen ...
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How can I help my child with remote learning?

How can I help my child with remote learning?

The RemotEDx website helps families provide a good remote learning environment for their children. It answers questions like: Where can ...
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Remote Learning: A Parent's Guide - Your Learning Environment

Remote Learning: A Parent’s Guide

The “Remote Learning: A Parent’s Guide” series is for families about remote learning. This series includes: Your Learning EnvironmentRoutines MatterGuiding, ...
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Videos of Families Reading Together from Raising a Reader (Available in English and Spanish)

Do you want to see how other parents and caregivers read to their kids at home? By visiting the Raising ...
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For Families: Confronting COVID-19-Related Harassment in Schools (Available in 13 languages)

What should I do if my child experiences discrimination at school? If you believe your child or young adult has ...
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Return to School Roadmap for Families

This Return to School Roadmap for families from the U.S. Department of Education has links to many ideas and resources ...
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