A new survey examines how decisions around in-person and remote learning can extend equity and learning gaps

Rural districts are quicker to return to in-person learning


A new survey examines how decisions around in-person and remote learning can extend equity and learning gaps


About 42 percent of rural school districts in the U.S. offered fully in-person instruction as of February, compared with only 17 percent for urban districts, according to a new RAND Corporation survey of school district leaders. The opposite pattern held for fully remote learning: 29 percent of urban districts offered fully remote instruction compared with 10 percent of rural districts and 18 percent of

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