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The coronavirus and other recent events have put an enormous strain on families nationwide. How can educators and parents support children who may be struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, fear, food insecurity, or homelessness as a result of the current crises? And how can schools address trauma related to the pandemic itself, as well as events related to racial injustice and immigration enforcement?
Find resources with solutions in this NEA and Reading Rocket guide, featuring these topics:
- Addressing the impacts of COVID-19 on students, families, and educators
- SEL strategies for distance learning
- SEL resources on equity and racism.
NEA provides guidance and resources for returning to classrooms safely, and with an emphasis on racial and social justice.
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