COVID-19 information and resources for educators and health professionals
Information and Resources for Schools and School Personnel
This resource page from the US Department of Education includes guidance documents for elementary schools, secondary schools, and institutes of higher education. Additional resources address questions about grant funding, adult education, and WIOA.
CDC Interim Guidance for Administrators of US K-12 Schools and Childcare Programs
The CDC provides guidance for administrators of childcare programs and K-12 schools on preparing for and responding to the current public health crisis.
Providing Services to Children with Disabilities During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak
The US Department of Education has compiled questions and answers on providing services to children with disabilities during the outbreak of COVID-19. This includes guidance around IDEA regulations and implementation of IEPs.
American Psychological Association Guidance for Professionals (NEW April 9)
The American Psychological Association has compiled many resources to help professionals, researchers, and the general public cope with the impact of COVID-19. This page includes information for professionals related to practice guidelines, telehealth, and self-care.
Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) FAQs for Health Centers on COVID-19
Health centers are providing essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic. HRSA has compiled this information to answer FAQs and provide guidance to support the practice of essential healthcare providers at this time.
National Association of Community Health Centers Guidance on Telehealth Practice During COVID-19
This is a memo from the National Association of Community Health Centers detailing technical assistance and guidance around the use of telehealth practice.
Global Autism Community Facing Challenges of COVID-19 Disruptions: Guidance for Service Providers
Guidance for autism service providers in responding to widespread school closures and lockdowns and continuing clinical care.
Free access to The New York Times (NEW April 14)
From now to July 6, high school students and educators in the United States will be able to access online Times journalism - free. They’ll just need their school administrator to invite them first.