Spaces4Learning has put together a series of articles on the topic of school environments, and what they might look like when schools in North America finally reopen amid the threat from COVID-19 — and how K-12 educators and administrators can plan effectively to keep everyone safe while maintaining instruction. Future articles will look at what we can learn from previous pandemics, what instruction might look like, and how to address students’ social-emotional needs, among other topics.
The first article on School Spaces and Structures highlights the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and how schools and other organizations can safely reopen. The guidelines were still under review by the Trump Administration as of early May, and it’s possible they could change. In their initial form, however, they make the following recommendations for maintaining social distancing and limiting the sharing of materials within schools.
Read the full article at Spaces4Learning.
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