When responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the first consideration must always be the safety and health of everyone in the country.
For the latest information on the spread and response to the Coronavirus, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention resource page.
As an education equity organization, Ed Trust recognizes that America’s most vulnerable students are at particular risk while schools are closed.
So while school leaders, teachers, and parents and families continue adjusting plans and responses to the Coronavirus, Ed Trust will update this page with useful resources and information that keep equity at the forefront.
A P-12 Education Agenda in Response to COVID-19
A Higher Education Equity Agenda in Response to COVID-19
Below are resources from around the country for parents and families, teachers, advocates, and policymakers to consider and use in responding to the Coronavirus.
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Is coronavirus (COVID-19) adding stress to your workday? You’re not alone.During this time of added pressure to keep everyone as healthy as possible—not to men…
In response to the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus, Johns Hopkins has suspended all in-person courses while faculty and staff plan for remote instruction. Cour…
As elite institutions close campuses or switch to online courses, regional and community colleges are planning for the worst. How will they fare?
Preparing for the coronavirus through an educational equity lens starts by recognizing that vulnerable students are at particular risk if schools close for any…
The Department of Education’s (ED) Office of Federal Student Aid has released guidance to help colleges and universities comply with student financial aid poli…