Industry News
7/9/2020
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Seventy-two percent of parents report being satisfied with the remote education their students received during prolonged school closures, according to an Education Next survey released Wednesday. Yet, about 75% also believe their children learned less during this period, and an Education Trust-New York report shows that low-income families were less likely than higher-income families to view online learning as a success.

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