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Both Supply and Demand for COVID-Related Academic and Social Interventions Are Insufficient to Address the Negative Effects of the Pandemic   [open pdf - 192KB]

From the Document: "The disparate effects of the pandemic on families of different races, ethnicities, and income levels has been well documented. For instance, there were large income gaps in access to adequate technology throughout the pandemic, large racial gaps in parents' fears about COVID [coronavirus disease 2019]-related school safety and willingness to return to school in person, and gaps along racial, ethnic, and income lines in the pandemic's academic impacts on state and other assessments. Not surprisingly, given these disparities, Black parents and parents with low incomes are more likely than other parents to be concerned about their children's well-being now and are more likely to be interested in targeted academic and social interventions. Our new survey data show, however, that they are also less likely to report having access to the interventions they want."

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2022-06
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