A National Survey to Explore How Students Will “Catch Up”
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, schools across the country are closed and may remain so for the rest of the academic year. While education leaders have been working tirelessly to address the immediate needs of students, we must also look ahead to the next phase of this crisis and begin discussing how to help students “catch up” from this unprecedented learning disruption.
Fortunately, experts and practitioners in the field have been weighing multiple options to address the gaps that will exist due to lost instruction time. We recognize that though these are options that we’ve seen, there are pros and cons of each, and they may not fully encompass all the ideas out there.
To help inform these discussions, the Collaborative for Student Success launched a nationwide survey of administrators, teachers, policymakers, and education advocates.
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