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  • We used linear regression to examine the relationship between demographic factors and student performance at varying school levels.
  • How will you handle it if you need to go hybrid or fully remote but a child’s parents aren’t capable of educating them at home or aren’t capable of dealing with remote learning in any way?
  • In July, the Sun Journal sent a survey to superintendents in all public schools in Androscoggin, Oxford and Franklin counties, and to superintendents in Portland, Waterville, Augusta, Winthrop and Bangor. The survey asked six questions.
  • The break in education over the spring, and then over the summer, will most certainly have a lasting and negative impact on learning. For students who don’t have the support, and/or the technology to study at home in the current year, the impact will be far more detrimental.