Alice Opalka is quoted in Chalkbeat Newark about the shift to virtual learning.
This brief examines the involvement of the 100 largest cities in the U.S. in creating learning pods during the pandemic.
Our latest analysis of school district learning models from March 1 to March 13 finds that a clear majority—57 percent—of the nation’s school districts report offering full-time in-person...
Our December review of a statistically representative sample of 477 districts found 31 percent are operating in fully remote learning—a larger percentage than at any other point during the fall...
This brief gives an update on our nationally representative sample of school district reopening plans.
This brief gives a snapshot from August 17–21 of how school districts across the country are planning for fall 2020.
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Alice Opalka is quoted in Chalkbeat Chicago on how districts are approaching virtual learning for the new school year.
Robin Lake and Alice Opalka write on the importance of collaboration between school districts and charter schools in this piece for Education Next.
Community-based organizations and adults beyond the teacher are playing an increased role supporting students and their families through the pandemic, but there is room for more learning pods to take advantage of their flexible nature to provide more well-rounded support.
Students in the highest-poverty school systems can’t afford to wait for instruction to go back to “normal.”
Do district central offices need to seize more control, or can they empower school leaders to meet community needs?
We describe the key findings from our work with rural districts during the pandemic.
A new brief summarizes our findings from a review of COVID-19 response plans of 477 school districts across the country.
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