Non-white parents are far more likely to believe their children might have fallen behind and need additional instruction next school year to make up for a learning deficit. Among white parents, 41% say their child will not need additional instruction, whereas just 28% of non-white parents agree with that sentiment.
National Parents Union releases its ‘Family Bill of Rights’ to ensure an equity-infused education recovery
National survey finds eight-in-10 parents want schools to require students and staff members who have been exposed to COVID-19 to stay home for two weeks before returning to the classroom; more than half would not send their children if this measure isn’t taken.
National coronavirus impact poll finds majority of parents want schools to wait to reopen until there is no health risk.