School closings and alternate-day in-person classes require families to pay a more active role in students’ education. With the help of partners like Reading Rockets, we’re providing the help you need to keep kids’ learning on track. Stay tuned — more great content is coming soon!
NEA has teamed up with PBS station WETA to offer expert tips and resources to help educators and families navigate distance learning. Use these resources to make sure that learning continues—no matter where it takes place.
This guide will give you a better understanding of what it takes to learn to read (and write) and how you can help your children grow as readers, writers, and learners.
This webinar will include a discussion of the needs, concerns, and wants of parents during this unprecedented time.
This article, developed in partnership with WETA, provides a number of ways that you can make storytelling a part of the time your family spends together.
Extended school closures will significantly curtail learning gains in reading. Here are ways to mitigate the loss.
A resource guide for families coping with COVID-19.
See why the NEA cautions against the pandemic pods, micro-schools, and home education programs that operate outside the authority of state and district public school systems.
In this special Reading Rockets video series, experts answer real questions from families about reading and how to support their children at home.
Read key takeaways from our webinar featuring Nathaniel Beers, MD, FAAP, a member of the AAP Council on School Health.
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