Remote Learning Engagement in NYC Public Schools


November 24, 2020

New York City schools switched to all remote learning last week as New York City saw a rise in COVID-19 cases. CCC analyzed data provided by the Department of Education from the Spring term – the last time all students learned remotely – to assess how the City might improve access to remote learning. These data show that students with disabilities, English Language Learners, and students in temporary housing as well as students in districts with high economic insecurity, were most at risk of disconnection and learning loss during the Spring, and are likely to again have some of the greatest obstacles to successful remote engagement during this second period of system-wide school closures.

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