New research reveals that high-quality instructional materials supported partnerships between students, families, and educators, which in turn supported successful pandemic learning

Engaging resources were critical to successful pandemic learning


New research reveals that high-quality instructional materials supported partnerships between students, families, and educators, which in turn supported successful pandemic learning


New research released from the Center for Public Research and Leadership (CPRL) at Columbia University finds that digitally accessible, high-quality instructional materials designed to bring students, families, and educators together increased student learning and engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. The research reveals possibilities for sustained partnership between schools and families moving forward.





Despite challenges associated with remote learning, students, families, and educators from nine school

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