From Our Research Center
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IT Infrastructure From Our Research Center What the Massive Shift to 1-to-1 Computing Means for Schools, in Charts
1-to-1 computing has expanded at a rate few could have imagined prior to the pandemic, creating opportunities and problems.
Student Achievement From Our Research Center The Rise of Tutoring and Where It Falls Short, in Charts
It can be a powerful tool to support academic recovery, but it's not reaching all who need it.
School & District Management From Our Research Center 3 in 10 Educators Haven't Gotten a COVID Booster Shot
Some educators don't believe boosters are worth the potential side effects, or that they need one after having gotten COVID.
School & District Management From Our Research Center 1 in 5 Educators Say They've Experienced Long COVID
Many educators say they've experienced painful, debilitating symptoms months after contracting COVID. Some may have to quit their jobs.
Teaching From Our Research Center 'Will There Be World War III?' How Teachers Are Handling Student Fears About Nuclear War
Students may be anxious or curious about the possibility of nuclear war. Here are some ways to broach the subject.
School & District Management From Our Research Center What Will Schools Do If Another COVID Wave Hits? We Asked Educators
Fifty percent say their schools would reimpose the mask requirements previously in place.
Teaching Profession From Our Research Center 'Disrespected' and 'Dissatisfied': 8 Takeaways From a New Survey of Teachers
A national survey paints a picture of an exhausted, disillusioned workforce.
Teaching Profession From Our Research Center A Profession in Crisis: Findings From a National Teacher Survey
The first annual Merrimack College Teacher Survey of the nation’s K-12 educators reveals stark declines in teacher morale in the past decade.
Classroom Technology From Our Research Center Virtual Instruction Is Here to Stay. Here Are 7 Tips for Doing It Well
Student engagement and creating a classroom community may be even more important in a virtual classroom than a traditional one.
Student Well-Being From Our Research Center Students Are Behaving Badly in Class. Excessive Screen Time Might Be to Blame
Schools need more support to help prevent the overuse of technology from leading to unhealthy behaviors.