This report demonstrate how districts in California approached a range of educational challenges in ways that recognized and explicitly addressed disparities in opportunities and outcomes, even in the midst of a debilitating pandemic.
Research on Education Strategies to
Advance Recovery and Turnaround
This report shares findings from interviews about how schools supported students with disabilities during the 2020 school year.
This report provides results of in-depth interviews of leaders on the ground during the early pandemic years in six school systems.
This report presents school district leaders' views about staff turnover, hiring, and districts' financial outlooks at the end of the 2020–2021 school year.
School Districts Have Expanded Their Nonacademic Services for 2021–2022, While Academic Offerings Remain Much the Same
This report summarizes key findings from the third American School District Panel Survey.
This report shares the variations in district remote learning plans across the four states included in the study.
COVID-19 Showed Us How Important It Is to Focus on Adolescent Well-Being: Here Is What School Systems Should Do
This report shares the results of longitudinal interviews with teachers and parents across four school systems in New England between January and June 2021.
This report presents findings from an in-depth look at early literacy tutoring in Oakland Unified School District.
This report analyzes evidence on the usage of an online tutoring platform and the relationship between usage and student achievement growth.
This report explores potential gender differences in remote learning during COVID-19.