March 16, 2021
Our Education Policy Program closely monitors the COVID-19 effects on schools and the future workforce. Here is a collection of our pandemic-related content from the start of 2020 onwards broken up by one of four issue areas—early education, PreK-12 education, higher education, and workforce training. The most recent publications are at the top of each section. All articles and resources can be accessed by clicking on either the "+" or the arrow icons below each tile.
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- Birth to 5, Early Childhood: Laura Bornfreund, Early & Elementary Education
- Online Learning and Screen Time for Children: Lisa Guernsey, Teaching, Learning, and Tech
- Students with Disabilities: Elena Silva, PreK-12 Education
- English Learner Students: Leslie Villegas, PreK-12 Education
- Online Colleges and Universities: Kevin Carey, Education Policy Program
- Higher Education Policy: Amy Laitinen, Higher Education
- Community Colleges and Non-Traditional Students: Iris Palmer, Higher Education
- Workforce Training (Including Healthcare): Ivy Love, Center on Education & Skills
- Workforce, Labor, and Training Issues: Mary Alice McCarthy, Center on Education & Skills
- All Other Issues: Julie Brosnan, Education Policy Program