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How Policy Can Maximize Children’s Potential by Addressing Systemic Racism

Policies that expand access to high-quality medical care and early childhood programs provide important benefits to children and families, such as improved literacy and numeracy skills and executive function at kindergarten entry and beyond. But improving the life…


  June 16, 2021

  Blog Post

  Early Education (P-3)


  Safety, Students & Families

Innovations in Distance Education When Broadband Is Not an Option

According to Common Sense media, about 1 in 4 students do not have access to broadband internet suitable for educational purposes because of geography or cost. Reimagining learning includes students having access to rich, digital content at…


  June 4, 2021

  Blog Post



  Students & Families

States Address Special Education During COVID-19

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, approximately 14% of students in the United States receive special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Act. Students who receive special education services have experienced tremendous…


  June 1, 2021

  Blog Post


  DE, IL, MD, MI, NJ, NY, OR, PA, VA

  Standards & Curriculum, Students & Families

College Students’ Mental Health During COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life and learning on colleges campuses across the country, concerns mounted about the potential impact on students’ mental health. The emerging data, however, are somewhat…


  May 25, 2021

  Blog Post


  IL, KY, NJ, TX

  Safety, Students & Families