As the United States enters the fall season, schools should continue to be at the forefront of the conversation. Not only will schools need to reopen in a way that makes every effort to protect the safety and health of students, teachers, and staff, but schools will need to find new ways to help students make up for the losses in learning, health, and support systems that occurred as a result of the closure. This analysis explores education recovery plans put forth by states, territories, and national organizations to examine the ways these plans are designed to support students and teachers.
This tracker notes only whether a category was present. It does not provide any rating or quality evaluation at this time. Additionally, this ongoing analysis offers a view of state recovery plans at a snapshot in time; there may have been changes or updates to these plans since this analysis was conducted.