Doing the Math on Recovery Efforts
When schools closed for in-person learning in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was math achievement scores that declined the most. Read More
International tests confirm historic declines in U.S. math achievement. Learn how states, districts, and experts are responding to the data and doubling down on what's working in math education.The State of Math
Join nationally recognized education policy expert Chad Aldeman as he explores the evolving landscape of educational recovery and progress.Read Now
Hosted by Jim Cowen from the Collaborative for Student Success, this podcast travels the country on a kind of “road trip” to talk about the ways federal recovery dollars are being used in states to reshape education. Along the way, we’ll hold up the best examples – with the hope that those practices are repeated in other schools. Look for the Route K-12 Podcast wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts weekly starting on June 13th.Listen Now
Check out deep dive spotlights of state recovery plans, visions, and strategies - with context and information from state education leaders.Explore States in Focus
More than $180 billion in federal relief funds is flowing into our nation’s schools for COVID-19 recovery funds. Will we capitalize on this unprecedented opportunity to focus resources on delivering high-quality instruction and supports for students, families, and educators?Explore Practices in Focus
After two years of virtual and hybrid learning, many students are still playing catch up. States have been flooded with federal relief funds to address learning loss across the country. EduRecoveryHub highlights excellent practices schools and districts are implementing to promote education recovery.
Lift up and focus attention on practices that have the potential to help schools recover stronger so all students benefit. This focus helps to bolster support for sound policy above the political fray.
instruction to low-performing students.
30 optional days of school.
students with disabilities.
$9 million in federal dollars.
$350 or more.
We’re now in the final year for districts to spend their share of the $190 billion in federal relief funds. By this time next year, other than some outstanding contracts, districts will have to return to their normal spending levels. Read More
The nation is struggling to help students re-engage in school and recover lost learning time. Reformers have seized on tutoring as one promising solution. Tutoring has a strong research base, but only if done well. When implemented poorly, tutoring can even deepen equity gaps (because students who don’t necessarily need tutoring are also the most likely to use it). Opt-in programs in particular can struggle with participation, let alone quality issues. Read More
Hosted by Jim Cowen from the Collaborative for Student Success, this podcast travels the country on a kind of “road trip” to talk about the ways federal recovery dollars are being used in states to reshape education. Along the way, we’ll hold up the best examples – with the hope that those practices are repeated in other schools.