The homework gap makes it tough for students to effectively participate in remote learning--but it's even worse for some minority groups

5 ways the homework gap is worse for students of color


The homework gap makes it tough for students to effectively participate in remote learning--but it's even worse for some minority groups

School districts dealt with the sudden move to remote learning due to COVID-19 in different ways--some were more prepared and shipped devices out to students in record time, while others struggled to ensure students had basic internet access and were checking in each day.

But no matter how successful a district's foray into remote learning was, the homework gap remained in the background, keeping many students--too many students--from reaching their learning
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