A New “New Deal” For Education: Top 10 Policy Moves For States In The COVID 2.0 Era

Forbes | Linda Darling-Hammond

“While some states have literally and figuratively closed their schools and turned out the lights, leaving even greater equity gaps than they had before, others have risen to the challenge of providing ongoing learning and supports to students and their families. Many of their creative responses hold promise for new and enduring ways to address educational quality and inequity.”

Linda Darling-Hammond, president of the Learning Policy Institute, offers ten policy ideas that states could consider for “seizing the moment” during the global pandemic.

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