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Responding to the Coronavirus

NSBA continues to diligently monitor the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on schools, students, and everyone across the country.

We advise public schools and education leaders to follow federal, state, and local health authorities’ guidelines on current measures to prevent and respond to the coronavirus.

Below you will find resources and information that we hope you will find helpful. We will continue to update this page as new resources and information become available.

As public schools navigate the demands of reopening safely, they will bear the burden of added costs for personal protective equipment, increased cleanings and more. NSBA's Savings Center provides information about services that can reduce district costs and improve operations. Visit the Center to explore ways to save. 

 

State Specific School Reopening Guidance

The Johns Hopkins University eSchool+ Initiative offers an analysis of education recovery plans put forth by states to examine the ways these plans are designed to support students and teachers.  Explore the analysis and a snapshot of state recovery plans on the Johns Hopkins eSchool+ Initiative webpage. 

Following is a sampling of state recovery plans:

Alabama |  Arkansas  |  California  |  Connecticut   |   Illinois  |  Indiana 
Iowa   |  Kentucky  |  Maine  |  Mississippi   |   Nebraska  |   New Jersey 
North Carolina  |   Oregon   |  Tennessee   |  Virginia   |  Washington  |   Wisconsin

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