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July 24, 2020

More Than Masks: Researchers Call for Focus on Learning in School Reopening

Amid a flurry of recent health-related guidance for schools in how to reopen without spreading COVID-19, a group of more than 200 education and policy researchers sent out an open letter on what research says about how schools can prevent a massive learning loss and educational inequity during the next year.

July 14, 2020

In Pandemic, Digital Access and Parents' Education Made the Biggest Difference in Schools' Response

A comprehensive look at how U.S. schools served students in the aftermath of the coronavirus closures finds that schools responded more fully in communities where parents' education levels were higher.

July 10, 2020

Lost Learning Time Compounds Over Summers. Students Are Taking an Extra Hit Right Now

More than half of students consistently experience summer learning loss throughout their primary grades, finds a national study, with compounding summer deficits leaching away nearly 40 percent of students' yearly progress.

June 24, 2020

Do School Police Make Black Students Feel More or Less Safe?

A new analysis by University of California, Los Angeles, researchers suggests disruptive incidents in that district are increasingly related to mental health needs, and that Black students are significantly more likely to think school police escalate problems on campus than to think the officers made them safer at school.

June 19, 2020

ACT, SAT 'Test Optional' College Admissions Gain Ground. But Schools and Students Should Be Skeptical

Thanks to pandemic-related test disruptions and a push for racial equity, efforts to remove college admissions tests such as the ACT and SAT from application requirements are gaining momentum this year.

May 29, 2020

Growth Mindset in a Pandemic: Teachers Talk About Building Resilience in Students

Teachers in the Texas Mindset Initiative talk about how they are trying to help students learn and grow from a period of dramatic and disruptive change.

May 06, 2020

Khan App Boosted Early Literacy, Parent Teaching in Small Trial

The free literacy app Khan Academy Kids boosted early literacy skills in children and parents said it improved their home-teaching skills.

May 04, 2020

Curbing the Spread of COVID-19, Anxiety, and Learning Loss for Youth Behind Bars

Coronavirus is spreading rapidly in pre- and post-trial correctional facilities across the United States, and the challenges of social distancing for students in regular districts are all massively compounded for students behind bars.

April 09, 2020

Academically Speaking, the 'COVID Slide' Could Be a Lot Worse Than You Think

New projections suggest learning loss related to these pandemic-related school closures would be worse than the typical academic backsliding students experience over the summer break.

March 23, 2020

New Warnings on Screen Time, as Students Nationwide Move to E-Learning

As millions of students nationwide start to settle into virtual learning programs to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a massive new research analysis sounds another note of caution about the effects of exposing significantly more screen time.

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