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Access new resources, submit questions, take a short survey and sign up for text alerts related to COVID-19

CSBA today unveiled a suite of resources that provides critical information on the COVID-19 pandemic as well as new tools that allow education leaders to share their experiences, recommend action to support schools and ask questions of CSBA leadership.

The tools are located at www.csba.org/coronavirus and include:

Expanded Resources Page

The upgraded COVID-19 page includes scores of new resources on subjects including student health and well-being, remote and distance learning, students with disabilities and special needs, multilingual education, support for parents and families, meals and nutrition services, and pressing legal issues. New resources will be added as they become available.

Member Survey

The CSBA member survey asks education leaders to identify the most significant challenges local educational agencies face in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and possible measures to mitigate these issues. The results of this survey will inform our advocacy on issues related to COVID-19.

FAQ Submission Tool

Members can use the new FAQ submission tool to ask questions of CSBA staff or present suggestions related to COVID-19. We will use this online feedback form to develop an FAQ section on the dedicated webpage and to supplement the information we receive in the survey.

Text Alerts

All members are encouraged to register for CSBA’s text service by texting CSBA4Kids to 52886 or by completing this opt-in form. During this time of rapidly changing circumstances, the immediacy of CSBA text messages offers an easy and convenient way to stay abreast of developments related to K-12 schools. Please note that messages will come from the number at 52886, which you can save in your phone contacts as “CSBA Texts” or something similar so you recognize the message is from a trusted source.