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Putting Our Money Where Our Values Are

Most Americans agree: we need more resources for the students most impacted by COVID-19.

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COVID-19 is affecting everyone — but it is not affecting everyone equally. For students of color and many students with higher needs — including students from low-income backgrounds, students with disabilities, English learners, and students experiencing homeless, foster care, or the juvenile justice system —COVID-19 has compounded existing educational challenges. Americans are increasingly attuned to our nation’s inequities and are expressing a willingness to do something about it. Polling data shows that most Americans agree: we need more resources for the most impacted students.

Click here to read more or check out specific guidance for centering the 2020-21 school year around equity.

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