New Research Details Racial, Socioeconomic Inequities During School Shutdown Across Allegheny County
Allegheny County school districts that transitioned to remote learning quickly, provided technology for all or some grades and performed real-time instruction, serve fewer historically marginalized students than those who didn't, according to a new report.
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