School leaders won't have a clear answer before they must make decisions for this fall despite new studies and findings from reopenings in other countries.
A Louisiana law requiring students to complete an application for federal financial aid in order to graduate high school almost entirely closed the gap in college aid applications between students at low- and high-poverty schools.
Racial differences in parents' concerns for the next school year highlight ways schools may need to target reopening plans, according to new nationally representative survey data.
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.
Student safety and wellness will still be an issue for school and district leaders even if they reopen remotely, as new federal data show.
School Reopening Plans Could Worsen Inequities. That's Why This Panel Prioritizes Some In-Person Classes
School leaders who gloss over equity issues when planning to reopen schools this fall risk exacerbating losses caused by this spring's coronavirus closures and worsening the pandemic's effect in hard-hit communities.
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.
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.
The National Assessment Governing Board has voted to skip the next administration of the National Assessment of Educational Progress in 2021 because of potential logistics and financial problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The long-term risks to children of remaining in isolation are rapidly outpacing the health risks associated with reopening schools, according to new guidance by the nation's pediatricians.