COVID-19 Learning Loss: How to Address a Widening Achievement Gap

COVID-19 Learning Loss: How to Address a Widening Achievement Gap

EdWeek reports that at least 55.1 million students were impacted by COVID-19 school closures in the spring of 2020. Between the Spring 2020 semester (when schools initially closed) and the Fall 2020 semester, many students were left without instruction for about six...
What Can Parents Do​ to Inspire a Love of Learning During Spring and Summer 2020?

What Can Parents Do​ to Inspire a Love of Learning During Spring and Summer 2020?

As we draw closer to the end of the 2019-2020 school year, you may feel anxious about how to support parents leading up to the summer break. Many parents have felt the need to over-fill their children’s schedules with educational activities to make up for the loss of...
How Non-Academic Time During COVID-19 School Closures Can Benefit Students

How Non-Academic Time During COVID-19 School Closures Can Benefit Students

Because of coronavirus-related school closures, most US students will have lost between one and two months of classroom instruction this spring. On its face, this news sounds bad; after all, we’ve seen scary statistics about the “summer slide” showing that...