From the Overview: "As we approach the traditional start of the academic school calendar, school district administrators, educators, staff, and parents are working to determine the feasibility and practicality for schools to reopen in light of COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019]. It is imperative that education and public health leaders work collaboratively to develop plans that support the health and wellbeing of students, teachers, staff and the community, while working to reduce possible transmission of COVID-19. Communities across the country and world are identifying hybrid and alternative mechanisms of traditional instruction to ensure that core and ancillary components of education are provided. These plans and recommendations consider a variety of factors, both known and unknown, that should be taken into consideration. The examples below provide guidance and recommendations from national associations, state action plans, and other resources that can be used to inform future recommendations and policy decisions."
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Association of State and Territorial Health Officials: http://www.astho.org/