We know that educators and leaders have spent the last couple of months scrambling to meet the immediate needs of learners in their community. Thank you to each and every one of you for everything you’ve done to make the best out of this challenging situation. Now that the end of the school year is here, we’re shifting our Getting Through series from stories and advice to support remote learning or long term closures, to getting ready for the complex work of reopening schools this fall.

Interested in contributing to this campaign? Email your stories and ideas to or tweet using #GettingThrough to participate!

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educator feedback and professional learning

Focusing on Feedback: A Conversation with Amy Tepper and Patrick Flynn...

By: Adam Geller. Educational coaches and co-authors Amy Tepper and Patrick Flynn share their expertise on organizational change and the feedback process.
student data security

6 Questions To Ask for Protecting Student Data in Distance Learning

Tech and security decision makers working to protect schools should ask six main questions to diagnose their organizations’ readiness to move instruction online, identify gaps, and find solutions to their most pressing issues in student data security.
comparing online learning and face-to-face learning

Myth of the Ideal Classroom

By: Sarah Pazur. Instead of idealizing the face-to-face classroom at the expense of education’s advancement into the 21st century, it’s time to confront our biases and maximize the opportunities that online learning can provide.

Getting Clearer: What is Complexity?

Our shared challenges and opportunities are getting more complex than ever before. How do we prepare learners for complex problem-solving?
student-led classroom

Arguing for Agency: One Student-led Classroom Debate at a Time

At LAB, they are applying an argument-centered approach to crucial issues in their students’ lives in order to educate and empower them.
ELL and distance learning

Supporting English Language Learners in Math During Distance Learning

By: Liz Ramirez. How can teachers support students who are gaining proficiency with English during distance learning? To enhance access for ELLs, it is important to create an environment that supports both receptive and expressive language functions.

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Coronavirus: Keeping Our Children and Ourselves Safe
with Dr. Pamela Cantor

Resources For Remote Learning
from Emerson Collective

The Power Of Place
Place-Based Education

The Future Of Work, Leading and Learning

7 Tips for Parents and Caregivers:
From Turnaround For Children

ASU for You

High School Resources For Learning During COVID-19: 
From XQ

Tech for Learners:
Searchable Database

Place to Learn:
Top Learning Playlists from LRNG

Prioritizing Human Connection When Social Distancing Is the New Norm:
from The Learning Accelerator

Continuity of Learning Resources:
from Aurora Institute

Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Remote Education:
from CRE Hub

Supporting Students Away from School:
From Curriculum Associates

Distance Learning: A Gently Curated Collection of Resources for Teachers

Video Lessons To Teach Creativity and Kindness:
From Ringbeller

COVID-19 Resources for Field Leaders:
From Science of Learning and Development Alliance

The Most Powerful Personalized Learning Edtech Tools:
Curated by LEAP

Resources for Supporting Learners with Disabilities:
From Digital Promise

A Roadmap for Schools and Systems:
From CatalystEd and Leading Elephants