• Mar 29 2020
    As school goes virtual, what gets left behind?

    Sean Gill is quoted in the Washington Examiner on virtual learning.

  • Mar 29 2020
    Op-ed: IPS leadership, educators ensure education remains a priority during pandemic

    CRPE's work on COVID-19 is cited in this Indianapolis Star op-ed.

  • Mar 27 2020
    Locked Out of the Virtual Classroom

    The New York Times Editorial Board references CRPE's database on school district COVID-19 response plans in this piece on virtual learning.

  • Mar 27 2020
    Tenderness, tenacity and tech support: How one Houston-area school is moving classes online

    Robin Lake is quoted in the Houston Chronicle on the move to digital classrooms amid COVID-19.

  • Mar 25 2020
    3 Indianapolis charter school networks that are all in on virtual learning

    The Fordham Institute publishes Steven Wilson's commentary on three Indianapolis school networks that have gone virtual in response to COVID-19.

  • Mar 18 2020
    As coronavirus closes schools, wealthier districts send laptops home with students. What about poorer districts?

    Robin Lake is quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer on inequitable access to online learning.

  • Mar 18 2020
    Philly schools forbid graded ‘remote instruction’ during shutdown for equity concerns

    Robin Lake is quoted in WHYY on school closures in Philadelphia.

  • Mar 9 2020
    Coronavirus Takes Toll on K-12 and Higher Education

    Robin Lake is quoted in US News & World Report on COVID-19 school closures.

  • Mar 3 2020
    New CRPE report: Making school choice work for students with disabilities

    New research from the Center on Reinventing Public Education shows how parents in New Orleans and Washington, D.C., experience school choice for children with disabilities.

  • Mar 3 2020
    Brooklyn's UFT Charter School requests to transition to traditional public school

    CRPE's report Charter Schools and District Enrollment Loss is cited in this Education Dive piece on a Brooklyn charter school requesting to transition to a traditional public school.

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