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Comprehensive guidance from the Centers for Disease Control—guidelines for schools and day-cars begins on page 40.
Guidance for local education agencies (LEAs) on states’ responsibilities to infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities and their families, and to the staff serving these children.
Guidance from private law firm Fisher Phillips on paid sick leave and Emergency Family Medical Leave regulations in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
The Association Montessori Internationale’s (AMI) resource for supporting children’s development from a Montessori perspective.
A rich compendium of Primary (ages 3-6) materials templates, guidelines for home use, suggested activities, Montessori philosophy, and more.
A Montessori blog and online store with a good and growing collection of resources.
Guidelines for Montessori learning at home from Arbor Montessori School, an independent school in Georgia.
Guidelines for Montessori learning at home from the Montessori School of Tokyo, an independent school in Japan.
Books, movies, virtual tours, and other online experiences available for at-home learning.
Open Culture hosts thousands of free books, movies, images, and online resources.
Audiobook company Audible.com is streaming stories for children in six languages, at no charge as long as schools are closed.
Google Arts and Culture offers virtual tours and online exhibits from 2500 museums around the world.
Discovery Education, a digital education company, hosts virtual field trips and trove of online resources.
Scholastic, an education publishing company, hosts resources and projects for at-hone learners.
A free learning management system
A popular alternative to Google Classroom
An online service for differentiated instruction
A non-profit focused on differentiated reading instruction with a wealth of free products and resources.
These and many others are linked on the National School Choice Week’s Online Resources page.