This spring, America took an involuntary crash course in remote learning. With the school year now winding down, the grade from students, teachers, parents and administrators is already in: It was a failure.
- The Wall Street Journal. - Tawnell D. Hobbs, Lee Hawkins
- The Telegraph - Simon Johnson
Only one in every 28 teachers think their low attaining pupils are engaging well with online learning while schools are closed, according to research published as Nicola Sturgeon insisted she was doing
- Elle - By Katie O'Malley
This isn’t the kind of reception most people will be expecting when they return to work post lockdown. But for primary school teachers across the UK, it’s a scary and palpable danger. For as much as you
- The New York Times - Dana Goldstein
While a nation of burned-out, involuntary home schoolers slogs to the finish line of a disrupted academic year, a picture is emerging of the extent of the learning loss among children in America, and size