Setting the Foundation for Safe, Supportive, and Equitable School Climates

Child Trends | Iris Jacob, Deborah Temkin, Yosmary Rodriguez, Obioma Okogbue, Suzanne Greenfield, Ryan Roemerman

“Whether a school is able to support in-person instruction is a local decision that may depend on many more factors other than the level of virus in a community, such as staffing, facility, or student needs.”

A new toolkit from Child Trends aims to help educators, administrators, and community members as they develop safer, more supportive, and more equitable learning environments in K-12 schools.

Check out the Child Trends toolkit.