How education leaders can plan for recovery

From coping with childcare and digital learning to ensuring safety in an uncertain environment, students, teachers, and parents have had it rough over the past couple of years. Now, Omicron and other virus variants are further disrupting the already hard-hit education system. Where do education leaders go from here? Ahead of #EducationDay, explore our full suite of Education Insights, or dive deeper with the articles below to understand the learning gaps caused by the pandemic, and how districts can plan for recovery programs that can not only help students catch up on unfinished learning, but also tackle long-standing historical inequities in education.

COVID-19 and education: An emerging K-shaped recovery

Reimagining higher education in the United States

Reimagining a more equitable and resilient K–12 education system

COVID-19 and education: The lingering effects of unfinished learning

Setting a new bar for online higher education

How HBCUs can accelerate Black economic mobility

Teacher survey: Learning loss is global—and significant

Scaling online education: Five lessons for colleges

Improving schools: Reflections from education leaders in South Australia