The Weekly Connect 9/7/21

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

Students who participated in Louisiana’s pre-K program for low income children have better educational outcomes than peers who were not in the program. 

The Biden administration pledges $85 million to support students’ mental health

As the pandemic continues, state and federal governments are investing in community schools to help stabilize students and families.

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The Weekly Connect 6/28/21

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

Failing grades and absenteeism plague Chicago schools that serve low-income students.

U.S. Department of Education says federal law protects LGBTQ students against discrimination at school.

School mental health services can help support equity.

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The Weekly Connect 6/21/21

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

The City Connects model is an example of how schools can provide crucial services as the pandemic recedes.

A Brown University economics professor is preserving data about how schools fared during the pandemic.

Policies can address the systemic racism that school children face. 

As schools return to in-person learning, thousands of “missing” students are not returning.

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The Weekly Connect 6/14/21

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

Detailed information on chronic absenteeism can inform interventions. 

U.S. Department of Education report looks at the pandemic’s toll on underserved students

Black parents keep children in online school programs where they see less bullying and racism

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The Weekly Connect 6/7/21

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

Researchers find fewer but more severe child abuse cases in a county in California. 

U.S. Department of Education explains both the flexible and the limited ways that schools can use Covid relief funds. 

The nation’s already overburdened school mental health network is being tested by students’ pandemic-related mental health challenges.

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The Weekly Connect 6/1/21

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

Fourth grade science NAEP scores in 2019 declined by two points compared to 2015.

Twenty-seven states have abandoned universal masking in schools

Students are struggling with pandemic-related mental health challenges.

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The Weekly Connect 5/24/21

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

Research from the National Bureau of Economic Research reenforces the case for universal preschool

As eviction moratoriums end, the risk of homelessness increases

Cleveland tests out a kinder, gentler summer school

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The Weekly Connect 5/17/21

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Here are some of the things we’ve been reading about this week:

New Jersey’s early childhood program shows positive impacts into 10th grade.

Schools can help families access federal help to pay for Internet service.

Art teachers can help restore students’ mental health. 

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