This study analyzes traditional public and charter school reopenings for the 2020-21 school year in five urban districts. We provide a rich and theoretically grounded description of how and why educational leaders made reopening decisions in each of our case districts.
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The Politics of School Reopening during COVID-19: A Multiple Case Study of Five Urban Districts in the 2020-21 School Year
This article explores how a New Jersey school district had success with high-dosage tutoring to help students recoup academic losses from the pandemic years.
This article aims to provide practical, research-based strategies for using technology to monitor Individualized Education Plan (IEP) goal progress.
“We will need to build up the atmosphere of trust again”: Service providers’ perceptions of experiences of COVID-19 amongst resettled refugee adolescents
This article describes the perspective of educators and other school-affiliated service providers on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health and wellbeing of adolescent resettled refugees and access to and quality of education and support services for adolescent resettled refugees.
This brief uses a predictive model to better understand the pandemic's impacts on academic proficiency in Pennsylvania students grades 5 through 8.
This brief looks at the difference between predicted and actual proficiency rates of Pennsylvania students grade 5 through 8 in English language arts and math.