Families and educators are facing new challenges in keeping our children learning during the pandemic. It’s a constantly changing environment that not all families are equipped to deal with, particularly low-income, English-learner, immigrant and Black families living in rural and urban areas. There is good news. Keep Learning California is a new initiative that provides tools and resources both families and educators can use to help keep children learning and ensure the equity gap in education doesn’t widen.

Through the initiative’s website and direct outreach by partner organizations –  Parent Institute for Quality Education, Attendance Works and Families in School – families, caregivers and educators will have access to information and tools to support their children’s learning and attendance whether classes are virtual, in-person or hybrid.

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Funding for Keep Learning California is provided by the California Community Foundation, The California Endowment, Heising-Simons Foundation, and Sobrato Philanthropies