COVID-19 Resources Shared by TASA Members
TASA members and other school leaders are facing the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, including school closures and a pivot to 100% remote learning, with creativity and innovation. TASA is collecting resources, ideas, and tools being used in districts across the state that may be helpful to others. If you have an idea or resource to share, please email it (include any links, etc.) to email@example.com.
Select a Topic to Find Related Ideas & Resources
- Communications, Media, Public Relations
- Digital Platforms
- Food Service-Child Nutrition
- Grading, Class Rank, GPA
- Health and Wellness
- Instructional Continuity Planning
- Other District Operations
- Personnel, Staff, Human Resources
- Social Distancing
- Special Education, 504, Special Programs-Populations
- Teaching and Learning, Professional Development
- Technology, Cybersecurity
More Instructional Continuity Resources
The purpose of Instructional Continuity planning is to help districts launch “at-home Schools” that maximize the amount of instructional time for students this school year and support student mastery of grade level standards. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has developed an Instructional Continuity Framework that consists of the phases outlined below, each of which has a series of supporting planning categories. Resources are being continuously posted to TEA’s Instructional Continuity webpage that align with this framework to support districts.
Resources from TASA's Corporate Partners
TASA Corporate Partners have stepped up to provide a variety of products and services at no charge to Texas school districts as school leaders work to establish remote learning programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources from Other Organizations
A variety of other education-related associations, organizations, and companies are providing valuable information or services to assist school leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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