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Report: Pandemic pods designed by leaders of color offer lessons for traditional schools

K–12 Dive covers CRPE’s working paper by Eupha Jeanne Daramola, titled Progress and potential: The innovations of pandemic learning communities led by leaders of color.

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Getting Smart discusses CRPE research on pod learning in a recent article on microschool ecosystems. 
CT Insider quoted Paul Hill and a CRPE report in an article discussing Bloomfield schools spending and test scores. 
The Seattle Times cited CRPE’s State of the American Student report in an article discussing the needs of Washington students. 
Travis Pillow and Robin Lake are quoted and The State of American Student is referenced in this EdSource article on test score delays.
Robin Lake is quoted in a Christian Science Monitor article on student needs post-pandemic. 
CRPE’s State of the American Student report is quoted in this Atlanta Journal-Constitution article.  
Robin Lake is quoted and CRPE’s State of the American Student report is cited in Alabama.com’s article on academic recovery. 
Paul Hill is quoted in Tucson Sentinel’s new article on the four-day school week.
Robin Lake is quoted in EducationWeek’s article on academic recovery.
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