U.S. Department of Education launches the best practices Clearinghouse to highlight innovative practices to reopen schools and campus April 30, 2021 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576, Press@ed.gov
  • Today, the US Department of Education UU (ED) launched the best schools and the best practices of Campus Clearinghouse (The Clearinghouse), a website that highlights innovative work in the field throughout the country to continue reopening K-12 schools, early childhood centers and postsecondary institutions. Through the compensation chamber, the department is providing examples of how schools and other educational institutions can be reopened safely as communities continue to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.

    "It is encouraging to see States, districts and schools that serve all. The levels of students who use their best practices and lessons learned from each other and implement these strategies to quickly reopen schools and campuses , while maintaining our students, teachers, teachers and personnel insurance, "said Secretary of Education of the United States, Miguel Cardona. "There is no substitute for learning in person and the clearancehouse will be an invaluable resource, since we continue the safe return to instruction in person."

    Executive Order of the President Biden in supporting the reopening and continuous operation of early childhood education and suppliers called EDs that develop the best schools and the best Clearinghouse campus practices As a way to share the lessons learned and the best practices of the field for safe operational schools and postsecondary institutions during the pandemic.

    When starting the Clearinghouse, ED aims to collect and disseminate innovative approaches, based on evidence or oriented to the reopening of school and make this information available for primary schools and secondary, early childhood centers and postsecondary institutions throughout the country so they can learn. each. ED resources and other federal agencies related to reopening and orientation strategies are also available on the website.

    The Compensation Center includes resources that serve the needs of students in, K-12, early early childhood and higher education. In three main areas of the topic:

  • Safe and healthy environments: school and campus approaches to implement prevention and mitigation strategies and prepare and maintain operations in person safely.
  • Supports for students: School Strategies and Campus to meet academic, social, emotional, mental student and other needs, including access to food, counselors and financial aid for university students .
  • teacher, faculty and welfare of personnel; Professional development; and support: School strategies and campus to address skills, traumas and other mental health needs between educators, teachers and staff, and other support strategies, such as providing access to child care and professional development for educators.

    ed which is specifically invited by the presentations that focus on the students more affected by the pandemic and the strategies that address the educational inequities that were exacerbated by the pandemic. Since March 25, ED has received more than 500 presentations that include more than 1,500 resources. The Clearinghouse currently includes more than 180 resources and will continue to be updated.

    Examples that reflect the diversity of the presentations include:

  • The New Mexico Public Education Department published a resource to improve identification. and the protection of students who experience the lack of housing, either before the pandemic or as a result of Covid-19. As school districts continue to develop reopening plans and procedures, they must adequately identify and support students who experience lack of housing. The resource includes case studies of promising practices to help homeless students and their families, and useful resources for students and educators, as they continue.
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