Communication guidance for school administrators for school reopening

Schooling in the time of COVID-19: Guidance for school administrators to communicate with students, parents/caregivers and teachers

Girl is sitting at her desk and wearing her mask.
UNICEF Armenia/2021/Galstyan

Highlights

During a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, communication is key to develop and sustain the effective and trusted relationship between students, teachers and parents/caregivers. Credible and consistent two-way communication ensures a clear understanding of messages, facilitates ongoing dialogue and enables collective decision-making with the active involvement of students, teachers and families.

School administrators play a large role in shaping communication and engagement among schools, families, and teachers to support children’s continued participation in quality and inclusive learning.

Adopting principles listed in this guide will help school administrators to design the right approach in building communication strategies and plans, which encourages parents/caregivers, teachers and students to work together and create an enriching learning environment amidst the challenging situation.

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UNICEF ECARO, WHO/Europe
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