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Learning in the Time of COVID-19 blog series: Road to Learning Recovery by Linda Darling-Hammond
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| Across the nation, many are marking the beginning of the end of the COVID-19 pandemic that has kept us apart for the past 2.5 years. But in education, it’s clear we can’t return to the old normal.
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Blog Series: Educating the Whole Child, on Attendance Matters by Hedy N. Chang
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| Early data suggest chronic absence has doubled nationwide. Sixteen million students—or one out of every three—are now missing so much school that they are at risk academically. Fortunately, research and experience offer effective strategies for addressing chronic absences.
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Pre-school students using learning toys.
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| Early learning has the potential to support children’s learning and development prior to kindergarten. This study investigates the relationship between preschool quality in California and children’s learning and development. Children of almost all demographic groups enrolled in programs categorized as higher-tier showed more learning and development than those in lower-tier programs, though underserved children were less likely to attend the higher-tier programs. 
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| This letter from LPI to the U.S. Department of Education addresses the Department’s proposal to eliminate key questions from the biannual Civil Rights Data Collection. These data are gathered by the Department’s Office for Civil Rights and shed light on inequities in educational opportunities for students, providing valuable information for researchers, advocates, and policymakers.