March 24, 2020
These are trying and unsettling times. Mandatory closures, bans on in-person gatherings, and stay-at-home orders have all radically changed Jewish education across all sectors. CASJE has curated a set of resources below that look at how these changes are testing education in a variety of settings, including: K-12 schooling, after-school learning, early childhood education, and higher education. What key questions and best practices can guide decision-making as we seek to adapt to new circumstances?
How are early care and early childhood education centers coping with the crisis?
The conversation about online learning has shifted from: Does it work? to: How quickly can we implement it?
How can funders support after-school programs at this time?
Are we designing online education for surviving not thriving in the age of coronavirus?
Can we reasonably expect parents to homeschool at this time?
- What are best practices for protecting minors in online learning environments?