The Education Exchange: Low-Income, Minority Children More Likely to Be Taught Online Than High-Income, White Children

The Director of the Public Policy Research Lab at Louisiana State University, Michael Henderson, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss findings from the latest Education Next survey. The poll surveys parents on their experiences as schools attempted to reopen amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The full survey, “Pandemic Parent Survey Finds Perverse Pattern: Students Are More Likely to Be Attending School in Person where Covid Is Spreading More Rapidly,” by Henderson, Peterson and Martin West, is available now.

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