REL West has compiled a list of resources to spark ideas about how to maintain school-family partnerships in the absence of opportunities to interact in person.

Resources for at-home learning

  • Check out this list of learning games and technologies for students in preK through college – including specific resources for students with disabilities – developed with funding from the Department of Education and other government agencies. All of them are now available for free online until the end of the school year.
  • Students in upper elementary and high school can visit the National Center for Education Statistics Kids’ Zone to access games, quizzes, and skill building on math, probability, and graphing. The website also provides many interesting facts about education and school data.

Research-based resources on family engagement

Other helpful messages to share with families

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