- “Highlights from the new US data include:
- delivering distance learning – Almost all teachers engaged in distance learning with their students, but only 12 percent reported covering the full curriculum they would have covered if schools hadn’t closed.
- Inequity across schools – The pandemic likely exacerbated existing disparities in educational opportunities and outcomes, and the survey results point to some areas of concern.
- Anticipating what’s next – Looking ahead to next fall, teachers plan to prioritize student well-being …and principals anticipate more emphasis on family engagement and addressing performance gaps. Read article
US data on COVID-19 and its impact on schools helpful for planning for September
- By AdminRestor in Caring adult, COVID-19, Pandemic responses, Policies for Attendance, Social Emotional Learning, trauma
- WhatsApp justice for teenage victim of homophobic gang attack
- Connectedness beats metrics: an article by John W. Bailie
- How schools are using restorative justice to remedy racial disparities in discipline
- Making space for restorative justice
- Washington Post – What five black fathers are saying to their children about this historic moment
Subscribe to our newsletter
By subscribing you will receive occasional updates on our project via email. You may unsubscribe at any time.