Today, Results for America and the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University released three new EdResearch for Recovery briefs that highlight what the evidence tells us about some of the toughest questions facing policymakers, educators and families, including:
- What changes in central office systems are likely to support principals in leading for equitable, high-quality teaching and learning?
- How can schools create contexts that foster safety and prosocial behaviors in the wake of COVID-19 and the ongoing state of increased unrest over racial justice?
- How can schools and districts support families in their diverse contexts and build practical trust to support student learning?
The new briefs - written by leading education researchers to provide actionable, evidence-based insights to inform COVID-19 recovery strategies - can be downloaded here:
- District Systems to Support Equitable, High-Quality Teaching and Learning - Meredith Honig (University of Washington) and Lydia Rainey (University of Washington)
- Bringing Evidence-Based Decision-Making to School Safety - Micere Keels (University of Chicago)
- Engaging Parents and Families to Support the Recovery of Districts and Schools - Nancy E. Hill, Ph.D. (Harvard University) and Latoya Gayle (Boston School Finder)
For more evidence briefs on other topics, visit the EdResearch for Recovery website. You can sign up to receive future briefs or participate in upcoming events here, and contact us if you'd like to connect with the researchers behind these briefs.