Over the past several months, educational institutions across the U.S. have responded to COVID-19 by closing campuses, establishing safety protocols for any individuals who had to remain on-site, and launching distance learning for their students. In addition, for their faculty and administrators, most schools had to quickly formulate and implement new work-from-home protocols. Whether your school took some or all of these actions, they were necessary responses to help flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections and protect the health and wellness of your students, teachers, staff, and community.

Now, as your institution looks to move forward, an array of distinct constraints and challenges lie ahead. This means identifying and evaluating all the factors that will set your school up for an effective and safe reopening. The self-audit tool, created by the Fred C. Church Education team, will help steer you through this process.

The self-audit guide to reopening your school will:

  • Aid you in laying out a strategy to recovery for the next month, six months, year, and beyond
  • Point out issues you and your senior administrators may unintentionally overlook as you develop your plans
  • Demonstrate how each decision you make has an impact on the next one
  • Enable input and buy-in from all key decision-makers in your organization during the process
  • Provide links to resources that will assist you in making the best short- and long-term decisions for your school

“Because it’s not just the policy. It’s the people.”

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