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School leaders have to be cognizant of the severe emotional toll this pandemic has taken on students, staff and ourselves.

Being politically inactive during this crisis is not an option. Administrators must clearly articulate the needs of their schools to policymakers.   

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Workers are being exposed to the coronavirus in U.S. workplaces. Hundreds of thousands of workers have been infected and thousands have died.
We are adapting our old rules and practices for short-term shutdowns like hurricanes and snowstorms and trying to make them work for long and indefinite closures.
SwiftStudent guides college students through the formal process of requesting additional financial aid when their economic circumstances have changed.
“The truth is that Donald Trump dismantled the infrastructure handed to him which was meant to plan for and overcome a pandemic, resulting in unnecessary deaths and economic disaster.”
Social Security scammers mislead victims into making cash or gift card payments for help with purported identity theft, or to avoid arrest for bogus Social Security number problems.

This list is a starting point of distance learning resources and tools for school leaders. AFSA makes no recommendations or judgements on the products unless noted.

JASON is offering any school district facing closures due to the effects of COVID-19 coronavirus free online access to its digital platform and STEM curricula.