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Education Analytics

Future Forward Literacy awarded U.S. Department of Education grant to expand and enhance service to 6,000 new students

December 14, 2021
Early literacy nonprofit Future Forward (a program of Education Analytics) successfully transitions into the next stage of nationwide expansion with its third award in 10 years from the U.S. Department of Education’s “Education Innovation and Research” (EIR) program.
NBC Bay Area

CA schools got $26 billion for COVID-19, How did your district spend it?

October 3, 2021
In an effort to tackle the education crisis triggered by the pandemic, the federal government distributed billions to schools throughout the country, including in California. The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit talks to teachers and school staff who have seen very little of that money go to address students’ learning needs in the classroom. An Education Analytics study published by Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE) highlights the academic impact of the pandemic on students in the state.
Education Analytics

Education Analytics appoints Andrew Rice as CEO, Robert Meyer as Founder & Chief Research Officer, and Sean McLaughlin as COO

October 1, 2021
Education Analytics, a mission-driven non-profit that uses data and analytics to improve outcomes for students and the education system, is excited to announce that effective November 1, 2021, Andrew Rice has been appointed as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Robert Meyer, who has served as President and CEO since EA was founded in 2012, will step into the role of Founder & Chief Research Officer and will remain President of the Board. Sean McLaughlin, previously the Vice President of Products and Services, is now serving as Chief Operating Officer.
Science News Explores

Kids lost more than learning when COVID closed their schools

August 31, 2021
Academic learning losses from the pandemic were more severe for children from Black and Hispanic communities and other traditionally underserved groups, according to an Education Analytics study. Studies show that families of color were also more likely to have a student in virtual school than White families, and mental health challenges have become even more acute during the pandemic, showing the pandemic has taken a hefty academic and emotional toll on students.

Back-to-school: Virtual education has left many students with gaps in their learning. How can schools meet them where they are?

August 12, 2021
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s been clear that not all students have been impacted by the switch to online learning in the same ways. The greatest impacts have fallen on young children, as well as English language learners and low-income students. Joining us to discuss is Libby Pier, director of impact at Education Analytics, and Magaly Lavadenz, executive director of the Center for Equity for English Learners.
Science News

What kids lost when COVID-19 upended school

August 10, 2021
A year and a half of pandemic has left many children struggling academically and emotionally. This fall, many kids are heading to their new classrooms toting traumas, worries and gaps in their learning. A recent study from Education Analytics highlights the impact of the pandemic on students' academic growth.