This research brief provides an overview of changes in the distribution of absences for the 2022-23 school year and how absences vary across different groups of students and schools in North Carolina.
This brief provides an overview of summer learning research in North Carolina.
CCSSO’s latest Road to Recovery report highlights five investment priorities for math acceleration: high-quality instructional materials, professional development, diagnostic and assessment tools, high-impact tutoring and out-of-school time programs.

Members of the RESTART Network’s Core Research teams gathered during the 2024 RESTART Network Forum to share progress and key learnings from their studies with members of other research teams and representatives from the Institute of Education Sciences and Office of Elementary and Secondary Education. Representatives from each of the five teams, hailing from states across the country, presented emerging trends of student experiences and outcomes during COVID-19 pandemic.

This technical report outlines preliminary results from the Personalized Learning Initiative showing that high dosage tutoring can be scaled and can work – even when delivered in the aftermath of the pandemic and in diverse academic settings.
This report examines investment trends, trends, state examples, promising practices and strategies for long-term sustainability of effective SEA literacy programming funded through ESSER state set-aside dollars.
This tool serves as a conversation starter to help state leaders consider strategies to sustain high-impact investments from ESSER and beyond.
The January 2024 Issue of the State Education Standard from the National Association of State Boards of Education features articles about curriculum and education materials.
This brief analyzes the current state - as of September 2023 - of teacher and principal attrition in North Carolina public schools.