Racial Disparities in School Enrollment During COVID-19

February 21, 2024


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Results from a new U-M study show enrollment of non-white students declined at U.S. public schools that prioritized in-person learning during the fall of 2020. These findings are not unfounded, and the researchers point to nonwhite communities’ COVID mortality rates and lacking trust in social institutions as influential factors. Read more about enrollment trends and their implications in this article from the Ford School

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