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Will Opening Schools Make the Pandemic Worse?
School leaders won't have a clear answer before they must make decisions for this fall despite new studies and findings from reopenings in other countries.
How Do You Get Low-Income Students to Apply for Federal College Aid? Make It a Law
A Louisiana law requiring students to complete an application for federal financial aid in order to graduate high school almost entirely closed the gap in college aid applications between students at low- and high-poverty schools.
Parent Racial, Income Divides Seen on School Reopening Preferences
More Than Masks: Researchers Call for Focus on Learning in School Reopening
Cyberbullying, Mental Health, and Other School-Safety Takeaways for School Reopening
School Reopening Plans Could Worsen Inequities. That's Why This Panel Prioritizes Some In-Person Classes
In Pandemic, Digital Access and Parents' Education Made the Biggest Difference in Schools' Response
Lost Learning Time Compounds Over Summers. Students Are Taking an Extra Hit Right Now