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Federal Guidance on Protecting Student Rights

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As school closures continue throughout Region 1 states (and nationwide), many states and districts have had questions about how to best educate students remotely while protecting student safety, privacy and civil rights.
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Due to COVID-19, educators are focusing on closures and stay-at-home orders. The federal network of support has resources available to assist educators in their responses.
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Educating students with disabilities in remote settings

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Midwest is featuring a blog series on supporting specific student populations as schools shift to remote learning.
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Teacher Appreciation Takes on New Meaning in COVID-19 Era and Beyond

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As I’m writing this, I’m listening to my six-year-old’s Zoom meeting with her first-grade teacher. They’re doing a feelings check, a math minute, and a vocabulary game. I can hear the joyful first graders’ voices as they see each other and their teacher on screen.