This research focuses on the impacts on academic achievement of time out of school under ordinary circumstances, neglecting the wider social, organizational and disruptive issues characteristic of unplanned closures.
This article looks at the potential impact of COVID‐19 on student learning as schools abruptly morphed into virtual learning environments using data from several instructional, practice, and assessment solutions offered by Renaissance.
This paper presents the first results from a project that is producing a detailed assessment of COVID-19’s impact on education and economic inequalities and offering an assessment for the longer term consequences for social mobility in the UK.
This paper analyses inequalities by parents’ occupation in home-schooling, and in addition, looks at family structure.
This study conducted in the UK adds to a growing body of evidence showing the impact of the pandemic on children and young people’s mental health and underlines the steps that need to be taken by the government and educational institutions to ensure adequate support is given to students.