Preliminary results show wide range of teaching and learning strategies
WASHINGTON – The American Institutes for Research is releasing early results from a national survey on how U.S. school districts responded to the coronavirus pandemic during the last academic year. The preliminary results of “The National Survey of Public Education’s Response to COVID-19” includes data from about 500 school districts that have completed the survey, so far, representing nearly every U.S. state.
AIR released two reports.
One was a first look at the range of teaching and learning strategies used by school districts last spring when the pandemic forced school buildings to close. The data explore variation among districts in high- and low-poverty areas and rural and urban settings.