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Crisis of Confidence: Results of National Surveys on Educator Morale During a Pandemic
This report examines educator morale during the coronavirus pandemic.

Smartphones and Other Devices in Schools: Results of a National Survey
This report examines the uses and abuses of devices in schools.

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The Education Week Research Center is a division of Editorial Projects in Education, the non-profit organization that publishes Education Week. With a staff of full-time researchers, the Research Center conducts original surveys and in-depth data analyses informing news coverage, as well as independent, unbiased research projects for outside organizations on a grant or contract basis. More >

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