From the Document: "The coronavirus pandemic has upended every aspect of society: how we work, shop, worship, travel, care for each other, and bury our dead. And no sector has been more upended - perhaps with multigenerational impacts - than the school year for America's 50 million students. [...] Amidst near-constant debate of when and how to reopen the economy, it remains unclear what are the plans for reopening schools, and who is participating in their design? As education and policy leaders begin to make key decisions, we need a shared set of principles for developing and evaluating education policy in response to the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] crisis that:  is centered on equity in both content and process,  takes a holistic and coherent approach,  is aligned with science,  is oriented toward a long-term vision for student success, and  embeds an Innovation and Learning Agenda[.]"
Aspen Institute Education & Society Program
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