Students of Color Less Likely to Return to In-person Learning Than White Peers

Data from the Institute of Education Sciences, which is the statistics, research and evaluation arm of the U.S. Department of Education, shows students of color are less likely to return to in-person learning full-time than their white peers, even when their schools offer the option.

Education Secretary Dr. Miguel Cardona is asking schools to work to gain the trust of families of color who are reluctant to send their children back to school full-time.

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