August 13, 2020

Research Resource: Johns Hopkins Launches Reopening Policy Tracker For K-12 Schools

From Johns Hopkins University:

A multidisciplinary team of Johns Hopkins University researchers has launched a new website that provides a range of tools dedicated to assessing and guiding K-12 school reopening plans across the United States, including a School Reopening Policy Tracker that provides real-time analysis of the latest guidance documents from every state.

According to researchers from the JHU eSchool+ Initiative, 46 State Boards of Education and 13 national policy organizations have thus far issued policy guidance about reopening K-12 schools. Equity issues are the crux of a safe return for low-income children and children who are people of color, and yet, one-third of reopening plans do not mention equity considerations for these student groups at all, and most others mention them with little detail.

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The Tracker and additional resources created by JHU’s eSchool+ Initiative include:

Learn More, Direct to Complete Launch Announcement

Direct to School Reopening Policy Tracker

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