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Addressing Inequities in Reopening Schools during COVID

By Joseph Herrera, Darriya Starr, Emmanuel Prunty, Niu Gao

2 days ago ... While nearly all California schools switched to remote learning early in the pandemic, the return to in-person instruction varied across the ...


The Impact of COVID-19 on Science Education

By Niu Gao, Kathy DiRanna, Maria T. Chang Fay

3 days ago ... COVID-19 school shutdowns were especially disruptive for science education, which has long been a lower priority than math and English ...

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The Digital Divide in Education

By Darriya Starr, Joseph Hayes, Niu Gao

The pandemic spurred efforts to close longstanding gaps in digital access that affect African American, Latino, and lower-income students.

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California’s Digital Divide

By Joseph Hayes, Niu Gao, Darriya Starr

3 days ago ... Households with multiple users require additional bandwidth for reliable access to online instruction and videoconferencing—which became a ...

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School Meals May Help Families Fight Food Inflation

By Caroline Danielson, Niu Gao

Jun 1, 2022 ... The rising cost of food and other necessities is an especially large challenge for low-income families. For households with schoolchildren, ...

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Financing California’s Public Schools

By Julien Lafortune, Joseph Herrera

May 26, 2022 ... In most non-recession years, the federal share of school funding is only around 6% to 9%. The majority of funding for California K–12 schools is ...

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