We set out to make sense of data from different sources that shed light on the digital divide, the reasons for it, and the inadequacy of past efforts to close it.
A new brief summarizes our findings from a review of COVID-19 response plans of 477 school districts across the country.
Districts Are Missing an Opportunity to Innovate as Most Take Traditional Approaches to Summer School
Summer offers an opportunity for districts to begin addressing learning gaps that emerged this spring, as well as other needs—like social interaction and special education services—that were unmet while school buildings were closed.
Schools have had to rethink internships, job shadows, and mentorships.
There is little doubt that what happens in the next few months will shape the gaps between the haves and have-nots.
The Evidence Project will bring together researchers from around the country to narrow the gap between research and policy.
Few districts have provided details on what, if any, summer learning opportunities their students will have.