Emily Bamforth, cleveland.com |
Ohio’s schools are submitting plans to address student needs after the coronavirus pandemic, including what to do with summer learning, with an April 1 deadline set by Gov. Mike DeWine.
The state’s Department of Education is posting links to learning plans on its website. Each plan is formatted slightly differently, but there are some key components listed.
- identifying students with learning progress affected by the coronavirus pandemic and their needs
- resources and budget for an extended learning plan
- approaches used to address needs
- community partnerships
- how the extended learning plan furthers other school programming