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REPORT: WHY DID SO MANY PUBLIC SCHOOLS STAY REMOTE DURING THE COVID CRISIS?


What is it?

A report published by the National Center for Research on Education Access and Choice. The report examines how a wide variety of community and school district characteristics may have affected the likelyhood of schools reopening in this analysis of US data from fall 2020 and spring 2021.


Who is it for?

Anyone interested in the effects of Covid-19 on education and schooling.


What can it do?

The report examines what predicted whether schools opened in person, hybrid, or remote, and what this tells us about the underlying reasons behind education leaders’ decisions.

The report finds that decisions about whether to reopen K-12 schools in the United States in fall 2020 and spring 2021 were linked to community demographics, health considerations, and political factors.







Harris, D.N. & Oliver, D.M. (2021, July 12). Why did so many public schools stay remote during the Covid crisis? National Center for Research on Education Acsess and Choice. Retrieved from  https://www.reachcentered.org/publications/why-did-so-many-public-schools-stay-remote-during-the-covid-crisis (accessed 31 August 2021).