Washington, DC - Today, the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University and Results for America released four new EdResearch for Recovery briefs from some of the country's leading researchers to help policymakers, educators, parents and others respond to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic:
- Reducing District Budgets Responsibly - Nora Gordon (Georgetown University), Susanna Loeb (Annenberg Institute at Brown University), Marguerite Roza (Georgetown University) and Eric Taylor (Harvard University)
- Identifying and Supporting Students Experiencing Homelessness - Alexandra E. Pavlakis, J. Kessa Roberts, Meredith P. Richards (Southern Methodist University), and Kathryn Hill and Zitsi Mirakhur (Research Alliance for New York City Schools)
- Broad-Based Academic Supports for All Students - Kathleen Lynch (Annenberg Institute at Brown University) and Heather Hill (Harvard University)
- Sustaining Teacher Training in a Shifting Environment - Dan Goldhaber (National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research (CALDER) and Center for Education Data and Research (CEDR) at the University of Washington) and Matthew Ronfeldt (University of Michigan)
Other recently released EdResearch for Recovery briefs include:
- School Practices to Address Learning Loss - Elaine Allensworth (University of Chicago Consortium on School Research) and Nathaniel Schwartz (Annenberg Institute at Brown University)
- Academic Supports for Students with Disabilities - Nathan Jones (Boston University), Sharon Vaughn (University of Texas at Austin) and Lynn Fuchs (Vanderbilt University)
- Guidance and Support for Students Moving into Postsecondary - Sade Bonilla (University of Massachusetts at Amherst), Celeste K. Carruthers (University of Tennessee at Knoxville) and Dominique J. Baker (Southern Methodist University)
To connect with any of the researchers behind these briefs, contact Zachary Coile at email@example.com or (202) 714-1750. You can sign up to receive future briefs and share feedback here, and reach out to us if you'd like to participate in upcoming events.
For more information about the EdResearch for Recovery Project, visit our website. The project is supported by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.