America is starting to claw its way out of the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, but food insecurity persists, especially for children and older adults.
Poverty, defined as the absence of needed resources, can have both short- and long-term effects on health, development and success in life. Students who live with limited resources may need unique supports in order to reveal often-hidden potential. Educators who understand the potential impacts and are ready with specific strategies will be better able to help every student achieve at high levels.
Teachers are unfairly penalized on their classroom observations for working in high-poverty schools with students who are academically disadvantaged, a new study finds. And those teachers are often Black—leading to
As families, educators, and community leaders wrestle with COVID-19, we’ll be trying to bring conversations to readers that will be helpful in confronting the challenge.
The messy transition to remote learning in America’s K-12 education system as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has been marked by glaring disparities among schools, according to nationally representative
Government officials are taking swift public health actions to slow the rapidly spreading COVID-19 pandemic. By the end of March, statewide school closures affected 55.1 million K-12 public school students
Parents have become a lot more optimistic about how well their children are doing in school. In 2020 and 2021, a majority of parents in the United States reported that
There has been a wave of legislation filed in statehouses this spring to make school meals free to all students. But there is a smaller effort afoot in a handful
This OUTSTANDING interactive tool opens access to changes in reading and math pre-to-post pandemic.
This research report attempts to understand mechanisms that led to learning losses, as well as explore how historical data from those districts can inform our expectations for how quickly districts