K-12 Education|July 19, 2022
Math and reading scores from 8.3 million students show performance gains, but students of color and those in high-poverty schools have more ground to make up.
K-12 Education|May 17, 2022
A new study by Harvard researchers shows how school closures have drastically widened economic and racial inequality in learning. Students who learned remotely for most of the 2020-21 school year lost the equivalent of about 50% of a typical school year's math learning, compared to a 20% loss for students who attended in-person school.
K-12 Education|April 28, 2022
Code for America, a Valhalla grantee, is working to unwind the administrative burdens that prevent millions of families from getting the benefits they deserve.
K-12 Education|December 12, 2021
Organizations like Code for America are working with the White House and Treasury Department to launch tools to ensure the child tax credit reaches the lowest-income parents.
K-12 Education|December 23, 2020
KIPP shares three lessons it has learned during the pandemic about deeper family engagement, more strategic use of technology, and opportunities beyond school.