U.S. Department of Education Covid-19 Manual Volume 1: Strategies to securely Reopen primary and secondary schools US Department of Education UU Covid-19 Manual Volume 1: Strategies to safely Reopen elementary and secondary schools 12 February, 2021 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576, Press@ed.gov
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    To Reopen safely during the Covid-19 pandemic and maximize the amount of instruction in person, schools need sufficient resources, as well as public health measures Adhered to, solid and local. Extraordinary efforts have been underway by States, districts and schools to support students throughout the pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the United States Department of Education (ED) are providing recommendations and considerations based on the most recent scientific evidence to support school and district leaders and educators to meet these important and evolved challenges.

    The constant implementation of mitigation strategies during all school-related activities is essential to Reopen schools, and keep them open. For that purpose, ED is launching the COVID-19 manual, which provides strategies to do this and also identifies ways to promote equity for color communities and people with chronic disabilities / affections that have assumed a disproportionate burden of diseases and results Serios de Covid -19. The Ed Covid-19 manual will support the educational community with guidance, strategies and implementation considerations to help Reopen schools safely. The manual is being released in two volumes.

    First volume of the man manual ED Covid-19

    The first volume complements the CDC operational strategy for K-12 schools through gradual mitigation. The ED manual provides practical examples and route potatoes to provide educators and staff the tools they need to implement the recommended Safe CDC practices for person learning. Highlights include:

    Enchantment practices

    The manual provides applicable strategies to promote universal and correct use of the masks in schools through the use of signaling and school ads To remind students and staff how to use masks. The guide manual to educators through working with students with disabilities who can not use a mask or use a mask, consistent with the CDC guidelines.

    physical distancing practices

    The ED manual Details A variety of practical ways that educators and schools can practice physical distancing to mitigate the spread of Covid-19, Including:

  • Group students in a pod that stays together all day with their central master (and any assistant teacher or students who are present), even for lunch and recess.
  • Using coffee shops and auditoriums for classes.
  • Straining the use of communal spaces and reconfiguring the bell schedules to minimize foot traffic.
  • for transport to school, sit down a student per row and assigning each bus rider to a designated seat that is equal every day.

    Roadmap For the participation of stakeholders

    A successful school The Reopening strategy requires compromising the entire school community to promote actions that leads to a safe learning environment for All educators, staff and students. The ED manual establishes a roadmap for WHO must be at the table and suggests forms in which school leaders and educators can perform individual disclosure activities and use surveys and virtual town halls to involve the community in an effort by Read the schools.

    Second volume of the ED manual Covid-19

    The second volume of the ED Covid-19 manual, which will be launched in the coming weeks, will provide specific strategies to address the extraordinary interruption created by Covid- 19 for students, educators and parents, especially for students and historically neglected communities.

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