Two-thirds of Americans are “somewhat” or “very” concerned about the quality of education they or their children are receiving during the pandemic, according to a nationwide survey by researchers from Rutgers University–New Brunswick, Northeastern, Harvard and Northwestern universities. The survey, published by The COVID States Project, finds this is true across partisan, racial and income groups. While a majority believe education has been affected by the pandemic, at the time the survey was conducted from Dec. 6-Jan. 11, 68 percent approve of keeping schools closed to in-person learning. The poll predates the recent release of CDC guidelines for reopening schools. To read the full story.
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