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Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Gubbay, Natalie – Editorial Projects in Education, 2022
The sudden shift to remote learning at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic carved out new responsibilities for students and educators alike. Almost overnight, educators reconfigured lesson plans and students adjusted to new expectations and study habits. As time passed and some schools returned to in-person learning, students and teachers…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Surveys, Administrator Attitudes, National Surveys
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Furuya, Yukiko – Editorial Projects in Education, 2021
The coronavirus pandemic has altered schooling in unprecedented ways. As schools moved rapidly from in-person instruction to remote learning in early 2020, educators and policymakers faced a host of new challenges. They had to deliver online instruction, try to ensure students had access to the internet and devices, and address the…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing, Online Courses
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Furuya, Yukiko – Editorial Projects in Education, 2021
Since the coronavirus pandemic began in early 2020, K-12 students have faced unprecedented upheaval in many aspects of their daily lives. Their schools abruptly closed and almost overnight their classes shifted to remote learning, a largely unfamiliar instructional model for them and their teachers. To learn more about the impact on students'…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Mental Health, High School Students
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Gubbay, Natalie – Editorial Projects in Education, 2021
The widespread disruptions stemming from the coronavirus pandemic have jolted American school systems since March 2020. Students and educators have grappled with the profound academic challenges of remote learning and with the social isolation it produced. As the 2020-21 school year closed, however, there was some reason for optimism. The spread…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Student Attitudes, Social Emotional Learning, Mental Health
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Gubbay, Natalie – Editorial Projects in Education, 2021
In August and September of 2021, the EdWeek Research Center surveyed nearly 1,500 high-achieving high school graduates from the Class of 2021 to assess the pandemic's impact on their high school experiences and post-high school plans. The nationally representative survey found that 2021 graduates saw heightened stress along with financial hardship…
Descriptors: High Achievement, Low Income Students, COVID-19, Pandemics
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Gubbay, Natalie – Editorial Projects in Education, 2021
Student engagement is a longstanding concern among educators. The issue became even more urgent in March of 2020, when U.S. schools shut down to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, forcing millions of American students and teachers to engage in remote learning for the very first time. Although some students thrived in the new environment,…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Student Surveys, Teacher Surveys, National Surveys
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Furuya, Yukiko – Editorial Projects in Education, 2020
In fall of 2019, the EdWeek Research Center set out to gain a clearer sense of nationwide teacher and teacher education perceptions and practices by sending out two surveys about topics related to early reading instruction, especially as it related to phonics. One survey was taken by 674 K-2 and elementary special education teachers who indicated…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Early Reading, Reading Instruction, Phonics
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Furuya, Yukiko – Editorial Projects in Education, 2020
A series of six nationally-representative K-12 educator surveys conducted by the EdWeek Research Center between March and June of 2020 assessed perceptions of morale rates over time for students, teachers, hourly employees, and administrators. On every survey, a majority of teachers and district leaders reported that student, teacher, and hourly…
Descriptors: National Surveys, Teacher Surveys, Teacher Morale, COVID-19
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Furuya, Yukiko – Editorial Projects in Education, 2020
In August 2020, the EdWeek Research Center conducted a nationally representative survey of more than 2,000 high-achieving recent high school graduates in order to better understand the coronavirus pandemic's impact on these young people as they prepared to transition from high school to college and the workforce. Survey results indicate most…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, High School Graduates, High Achievement
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Victor; Furuya, Yukiko – Editorial Projects in Education, 2019
In the spring of 2019, the EdWeek Research Center conducted a survey of more than 1,200 K-12 gifted and talented teachers and coordinators to learn more about how districts and schools define, identify, serve, and instruct students in gifted and talented programs. A major objective was to gain a better understanding of the extent to which…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Equal Education, Disproportionate Representation, Screening Tests
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Chen, Xinchun; Furuya, Yukiko – Editorial Projects in Education, 2019
To better understand the practices that teachers employ to personalize instruction and the attitudes or experiences that shape those strategies, the EdWeek Research Center surveyed nearly 600 pre-K-12 teachers. The nationally-representative survey, conducted in July and August of 2019, gauges teachers' overall attitudes on the personalized…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Teacher Attitudes, Elementary Secondary Education, Teacher Surveys
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex – Editorial Projects in Education, 2019
In March 2019, the EdWeek Research Center conducted an online survey of 700 pre-K-12 teachers to learn more about how they experience and perceive ed-tech innovation. Results suggest that K-12 schools, while not innovation deserts, have plenty of room to grow when it comes to meaningful and positive changes to the ways in which they use technology.
Descriptors: Preschool Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex; Blomstrom, Olivia – Editorial Projects in Education, 2019
If students and teachers do not feel safe, it is difficult for learning to occur. But how safe do they really feel? And what do teachers think would improve that sense of safety? Is it another security camera, an additional active shooter drill? A social-emotional learning program? Resources for student mental health? What are schools doing now to…
Descriptors: School Safety, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Surveys, Elementary School Teachers
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex – Editorial Projects in Education, 2019
Disruptive changes sparked by education technology and other forces are on the radar of education analysts. Even a quick internet search reveals a whole host of articles and organizations focused on educational innovation. But how do educators currently working in schools and districts think about innovation? How much of a priority is it for them?…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, Teacher Attitudes, Administrator Attitudes, Barriers
Kurtz, Holly; Lloyd, Sterling; Harwin, Alex – Editorial Projects in Education, 2019
In December 2018, the Education Week Research Center, with the assistance of the Journalism Education Association, conducted an online survey of nearly 500 K-12 journalism educators to learn more about the current status of the programs in which they work. This report examines survey results regarding President Trump's criticism of the media,…
Descriptors: Journalism Education, National Surveys, Mass Media, Student Participation
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