Education: Back to School

It would be an understatement to say that a lot has changed across the U.S. education system in the past year. The following resources will help you learn more about the effects of COVID-19 on education, the need for more equitable learning opportunities, and how you can make an impact on the future of our education system. [Note: Organizations are sourced through trusted partners and networks that align with our core tenets. Read our vetting criteria.]

Overview

Learning Loss

Learning loss occurs each summer when kids are out of the classroom. The numerous changes brought on by the pandemic have extended and heightened its effects. Learn more about learning loss and your role in mitigating it.

Early Childhood

Various organizations are working to improve early childhood care and education for the next generation, building a foundation for kids that prepares them for lifelong learning and well-being. Learn about how you can help advance equitable access to education in early childhood.

Social-Emotional Learning

Social-emotional learning is a holistic approach to learning involving teaching students vital skills such as persistence, self-regulation, empathy, and mindfulness. Learn more about the benefits of social-emotional learning and how you can support efforts to implement it.