Researchers, practitioners, and policymakers are looking at science-backed innovations within the education system that aim to increase the well-being of students and educators inside and outside the classroom.

  • Enhancing the use of individualized skills for students, promoting interactive and hands-on instruction, supporting teachers inside and outside of the classroom, promoting a sense of belonging, and increasing the presence of school psychologists are a few of the recommendations.

Why it matters: Covid-19 has left a lasting gap in the education system within America. Decreasing test scores, increasing behavioral problems among youth, and a staggering number of teachers leaving the profession have caused policymakers to get creative in reimagining the way teaching looks within the American classroom.

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