Online Education Resources

The Public School Partnerships Team has gathered digital resources that students, families, and educators can use to support online learning.
This page will be updated on an ongoing basis.

You will find resources grouped by Families, Educators, Project Teach: Harvard's Official College & Career Awareness Program, and Creating Workspaces at Home.

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Resources for All Ages

toddler at play


Here you will find a variety of resources for families from research articles to videos and podcasts. Plus, access materials specific to the following age groups: infants/toddlers, preschool, elementary, middle school, and high school.

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Harvard instructor Sunn m'Cheaux teaches class


Here you will find a variety of resources for educators from research articles to videos and podcasts. Plus, learn more about professional development opportunities for School Day and Out-of-School Time Educators.

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Project Teach: Harvard's College & Career Awareness Program

The Project Teach model uses a research-based approach that focuses on communicating college and career goals, sharing resources, developing partnerships between students and colleges, and involving families. Click below to discover resources for students, educators, and families.

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Creating Workspaces at Home

As we all navigate this new “normal” of online working and learning, we have some tips and tricks to share about creating space—physically and emotionally—in your home for everyone to be successful, and to stay sane!

This downloadable document comes in 9 languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (Simplified), Amharic, Arabic, Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole, Somali, and Vietnamese.

Download Creating Workspaces at Home (PDF)