Connecticut Strategy for Tracking Covid Education Funds
By CHRISTINE PITTS AND BREE DUSSEAULT, The Atlantic, 3/8/2022.
Connecticut received $110 million in federal COVID relief funding for education, a relatively small amount compared with other states. But its proposed COVID-19 Education Research Collaborative stands out for its potential to track how well programs funded by federal dollars are working. This investment puts a critical flag in the ground that signals to communities that the state is committed to studying and evaluating its K-12 recovery investments and publicly reporting findings so that educators, leaders, parents and communities gain a better understanding of how recovery funds were put to use in their schools. READ MORE Here