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Following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, schools, teachers, and students across Illinois adapted to new forms of instruction and learning. These reports describe the modalities of instruction students participated in during the 2020-21 school year, patterns in the demographics of schools and students who participated in different modalities, and the relationship of those modalities to achievement outcomes.

Learning During the Pandemic in Illinois

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IWERC ISBE Learning Modalities
IWERC ISBE Learning Modalities

Learning During the Pandemic in Illinois

Part 1: Trends in School Instructional Modality During the 2020-21 School Year

By Mariana Barragán Torres, Sarah Cashdollar, Yi Wang, & Meg Bates

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Learning During the Pandemic in Illinois

Part 2: Does School Instructional Modality Predict Average School Achievement?

By Sarah Cashdollar, Yi Wang, Mariana Barragán Torres, & Meg Bates

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IWERC ISBE Learning Modalities
IWERC ISBE Learning Modalities

Learning During the Pandemic in Illinois

Part 3: Does Student Instructional Modality Predict Student Achievement?

By Sarah Cashdollar, Mariana Barragán Torres,  Yi Wang, & Meg Bates

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Project Team

Sarah Cashdollar

Sarah Cashdollar

Project Lead

Research Specialist, IWERC


secash@uillinois.edu

Mariana Barragan Torres

Mariana Barragan Torres

Postdoctoral Research Associate, IWERC


marianab@uillinois.edu 

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Yi Wang

Postdoctoral Research Associate, IWERC