COVID-19 Learning Gap: Leveraging Federal Funding and the Power of Community Schools

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“Once the COVID-19 pandemic hit, I knew the harsh realities of my students’ everyday lives were going to get more severe. Alone, educators and traditional public schools are capable of only doing so much for the young people they serve. However, community school models show us that solutions to address inequities and learning gaps deepened by the pandemic do not have to fall squarely on the shoulders of school staff, nor should they.”

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