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We empower school communities to understand and make a plan for COVID-19 vaccination.

For Principals & Administrators

School principals and administrators support their community with COVID- 19 vaccine information and resources so that teachers and students can focus on learning. Administrators keep their schools running safely and follow guidelines from federal, state, and local governments. 

For Teachers

Teachers want to give students and families trustworthy information about the science and history behind COVID- 19 research and vaccination. Teachers’ work has increased this past year as they adapt to teaching both in-person and remote students, so they need trusted information and lesson plans at the right level for their students.

For Parents

Parents need clear, trustworthy information to learn about and plan for COVID- 19 vaccines. Parents want to make informed decisions for their children’s health and education.

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COLLABORATORS AND TRUSTED SOURCES

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

"Communicating with families about vaccination should better equip them more confidently to make informed decisions."

DR. AMAR DHAND

PHYSICIAN & SOCIAL SCIENTIST, HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL

“Public schools can play a critical role in supporting the vaccination effort by helping local communities understand and address concerns, and by supporting those who don’t have access to healthcare and information about the vaccines.”

JEAN DERASVINES

CEO, NEW LEADERS

“People need to hear as early as possible and as often as possible that the vaccine is a good thing. If we create interest and excitement and trust, people will be more willing to get it.”

LESLIE-BERNARD JOSEPH

CEO, CONEY ISLAND PREPARATORY ACADEMY

"Schools are the heart of their communities, and as such, can and should play a critical role in supporting and promoting vaccination against COVID 19."

SUSAN ENFIELD

SUPERINTENDENT, HIGHLINE

“Schools are uniquely positioned to do this. No other institution has the depth of relationships in the communities where students live, play, learn, and grow.”

ALICIA T. JOHNSON

PRESIDENT & COO, KIPP NYC