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Superintendents' Early Childhood Plan evaluation: 2019-2020


The Superintendents’ Early Childhood Plan entered its fifth year of implementation and evaluation across six school districts in the Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties in the fall of 2019. During this year, the evaluation continued to assess school-level change, program quality, family processes, and child learning and development with a focus on program quality and child development and learning. However, this year was unlike any other in the history of Omaha metropolitan schools and the Superintendents’ Plan. In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic led districts to close school buildings through the end of the academic year and transition to distance learning strategies and suspend year-end assessments. Families were engaged in home visiting that was virtual, rather than in person. These changes impacted schooling for children, families, and teachers, as well as the Superintendents’ Plan implementation and evaluation. Throughout this report, details are provided regarding modifications in programming and how evaluation captured learning from adaptations to the COVID-19 pandemic. (author abstract)

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