Gaps in spring and summer planning can point districts to the critical issues they must attend to in the coming school year.
Parents we interviewed wondered what they could do this summer to compensate for the lack of social interaction.
For schools to have effective working relationships with parents as co-teachers, they must manage the teacher-family-student triangle more closely than in the past.
The teacher-parents we interviewed had important insights into the need to provide more clarity and support to families.
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.