This article examined special education teachers’ perceptions of student success in online instruction during the pandemic school closures to isolate the key determinants in the differential student outcomes reported by the teachers.
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This opinion article highlights the need for expanding tutoring within the context of larger systems and practices.
Navigating Policy and Local Context in Times of Crisis: District and School Leader Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic
This article examines how federal/state-level policy guidance and local context have influenced district and school leader responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as how these external/internal factors might provide a window into K-12 crisis leadership and policy sensemaking more broadly.
Parents with Disabilities’ Household Access to Educational Devices and Internet During the COVID-19 Pandemic
This study used 2021 Household Pulse Survey data (April to July) to determine the extent adults (parents; n = 7,238) with disabilities’ households had access to educational devices and Internet access for school-aged children, including compared to nondisabled adults (n = 64,046).
This brief shares results from interviews with 68 central office and program leaders to learn about COVID-19 recovery interventions.
This working paper uses state test score data to analyze patterns of test score recovery over the 2021-22 school year.