Programs and Information for K-12 Teachers, Superintendents & Districts
For additional resources, including a collection of materials for parents curated by school psychologists and a list of virtual and at-home activities, please visit the Parenting Resources page of this Hub.
- CDC: Interim Guidance for Administrators of US K-12 Schools & Child Care Programs
- Child Trends: State Laws on How Schools Should Address Pandemics
- Colorin Colorado: Coronavirus: ELL and Multilingual Resources for Schools
- Emotional Intelligence Network: Resources for Emotional Health During Coronavirus Times
Social Justice and Advocacy Resources
- Social Justice, Advocacy & Activism
- "14 Antiracist Books for Kids and Teens Recommended by BIPOC Teachers and Librarians," (New York Times, November 2020)
Teachers21 at William James College
Teachers21 at William James College is a non-profit organization edicated to improving the professional practice of Pre-K through grade 12 educators and to creating supportive schools where students and adults are able to learn, grow and achieve. Online resources and training opportunities are available.
Richard I. and Joan L. Freedman Center for Child and Family Development
The Freedman Center was established to help connect children and families with appropriate information, providers and resources to serve their mental health and wellness needs. Learn more about Community Education for parents, educators, employee groups, and the general public offered by the Freedman Center. Many programs that at traditionally offered on site can be offered virtually.
Please see our "Public Events Calendar" page for free, open events, webinars, and educational opportunities.