Online connections enable new relationship-building opportunities, like remote peer mentorship and virtual meetings that are more accessible to working parents.
Most Students in Urban Districts Will Have Summer Learning Options, But Schools’ Plans May Miss the Mark
Our latest review found that 97 of 100 reviewed districts have now announced some form of summer school programming.
Except for pandemic safety issues, which schools must manage, K–12 education is the wrong forum for culture war factions to fight through their differences.
School systems recovering from the COVID-19 crisis may be able to recreate the high level of individual attention students saw in successful pandemic pods.
States have a historic opportunity to invest in initiatives that will lead to systemic change and address long-standing inequities.
“Don’t leave me out": Schools should use insights gained from the pandemic to strengthen partnerships with high school families
We set out to assess what family-teacher partnerships have looked like in high school throughout the pandemic—paying close attention to promising new developments and enduring areas of need.
Many kindergartners aren't showing up as schools reopen in person. How some large urban districts are trying to re-engage families
We recommend these strategies for districts to consider to curb declining enrollment in the next school year and beyond.
Use the Canopy project interactive data portal to search for innovative schools by region, level, focus, and more.
Three new policy memos provide recommendations to start a discussion about how state leaders can ensure these shifts lead to better teaching, learning, engagement, and well-being for students.
School system leaders can draw lessons from small pandemic learning communities to better support their students’ well-being and learning.