2022 Addressing Unfinished Learning
Practical, proven, content-specific resources for instructional leadership teams
New and updated content-specific resources for instructional leaders
In July 2021, we released the Addressing Unfinished Learning Toolkit to share the best of what we knew about how to support unfinished learning in ELA, math, and science.
Over the past school year, educators around the country continued working tirelessly to meet the needs of every student in light of pandemic-related disruptions in teaching and learning. By working alongside educators at all levels, we improved our own understanding of how to best support students’ unfinished learning needs.
The result: The 2022 Addressing Unfinished Learning Toolkit, which includes updated guidance, tools, and new content-specific resources encompassing everything we’ve learned since last July.
What's in the toolkit?
The complete toolkit contains practical tools, templates, and recommendations for addressing widespread unfinished learning challenges. Resources include:
- High-level strategies for addressing unfinished learning
- Content-specific guidelines and customizable worksheets to inform instructional planning at the year, unit, and lesson level
- Step-by-step, curriculum-specific examples of content prioritization in action
We are grateful to Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, the Overdeck Family Foundation, the Scarlett Family Foundation, and the Hewlett Foundation for their generous support of this work.