Learning Recovery & Redesign: Priorities & Self-Assessment Tool
February 08, 2021
This second installment, the AASA Learning Recovery & Redesign Priorities, focuses on what is in your recovery plans (including your ESSER spending plans), both for the short-term work to overcome these unprecedented challenges, and for the long-term to advance toward the student-focused, equity-driven, future-driven vision for education laid out in the AASA Learning 2025 framework.
Accompanying the guidance is the Priorities Self-Assessment, an interactive tool that district leaders can use to first reflect on how well your initial plans align with particular Learning 2025 components and then revise as needed, especially during the SY22-23 budget cycle.
Whether on your own or with district teams, board members or other stakeholders, we encourage you to use the self-assessment tools in both installments to reflect on your decisions and work to date in order to increase the impact of your spending moving forward.
Developed in collaboration with:
Developed in Collaboration by
American Rescue PlanAASA Learning Recovery & Redesign Guidance
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