Resources for Recovery

The events of 2020 have unfolded into a period of tremendous disruption and all of us have been affected in unforeseen ways. Needs in the field have increased even as budgetary resources have not, and many organizations face funding shortfalls and staff turnover while trying to revise or expand their own services to meet these needs.

Knowing that needs were growing even as budgets were not,  the American Institutes for Research , or AIR, worked to create and share resources created through the Federal centers we operate, the clients we serve, and the internal investments AIR has been able to make. These resources have been shared publicly through webinars, podcasts and other events as well as on our website.

The Resources for Recovery Series gathers all of these evidence-based, publicly available resources into easy-to-share compilations by topic. Each topic document contains a short description of AIR’s work in the field, followed by a listing of related resources by type (webinars, podcasts, toolkits, etc.). Each item highlighted can be accessed free of charge through the links provided.

Follow the links below to see a full list of resources, updated in December 2020, for these topics:

 

 Early Childhood and Early Care

 English Learners

 Equity and Access 

Health and Human Services

 Postsecondary Education 

 Remote Learning

 Special Education

 Teachers and Leaders 

 The Well-Being of the School Community 

 Workforce


For more information about the Resources for Recovery series, please contact: Makini Nyanteh, Vice President, Communications & Public Affairs, via email at mnyanteh@air.org, or by phone at 202-403-5902.