The Biden administration is releasing the second part of its guidance to help quickly and safely re-open schools.
The first part, released in February, offered practical tools and examples for in-person teaching with strategies to prevent the spread of covid.
Now the focus is on addressing the loss of in-person instructional time as well as issues like making sure students of color aren’t left behind.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona told reporters Friday the handbook is based on best practices from all around the country.
The Department Of Education is hoping the new handbook will help create healthier learning environments for students and teachers alike.