Less Time on Schoolwork, More Paper Packets in High-Poverty Districts, National Survey Finds

Less Time on Schoolwork, More Paper Packets in High-Poverty Districts, National Survey Finds

Once the pandemic upended normal school this spring, students of all ages in high-poverty school districts were asked to do less schoolwork and spend less time in class than their peers in affluent school districts. That’s according to a national survey led by the American Institutes for Research, one of the most sweeping efforts to date to track what student learning looked like during that period. It includes responses from a nationally representative group of 474 school districts across the country, collected from mid-May to mid-July. | Chalkbeat, July 23

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