NEA, National PTA Survey and Recommendations for Students During Pandemic

The National Education Association (NEA) and National PTA released results of a national poll of middle and high school student experiences during the pandemic. Student comments showed that while some are suffering with the isolation and inability to be with their friends, others have been freed from in-person bullying at school, as a result they report enjoying remote learning and are doing better academically.

In response to these results, the NEA and National PTA recommended the following actions:

“Provide students with additional instructional and social-emotional learning supports while school districts are in a full-time, virtual, or hybrid teaching and learning model because no matter the education model, all students have suffered due to the pandemic and economic crisis.

Read Full Article and Survey Results from School Library Journal

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