This Project-Based Learning unit begins with a field trip to a local pond to launch students into their project. Students will choose a topic that is important to them aimed to help preserve or protect the environment.
These FAQs for Administrators, Teachers and Parents serve as guidance for school administrators, teachers, and parents.
USDOE, CDC collaborate to provide guidance, resources specific for state, district, school and classroom leaders determining how to best meet the health and safety needs of students during this pandemic.
The CDC shares operational strategies for reopening schools including when and under what conditions.
Alaskan Literature covers a massive swath of land and cultures–it can be hard to choose what to read! Use this map to discover where many Alaska novels take place, from children’s stories to adult fiction.
Multi-disciplinary distance learning lesson plans and activities reflecting the values, knowledge, and lifeways of Alaska Native peoples; and community videos section documenting and teaching Alaska Native traditions.
Here are three important lessons about developing and delivering virtual professional learning by @TriciaMMiller.
This playbook is designed to support school, district, and community leaders who are committed to providing and sustaining equitable outcomes for all students.
LEAs have an opportunity to rethink how special education and related services are delivered and how funding is used to support students with disabilities to better meet their needs.
Help states analyze the systems used to oversee and manage ESEA and IDEA programs to determine what adjustments are needed to maximize local spending options in light of the pandemic.