Americans with lower incomes are particularly likely to have concerns related to the digital divide and the digital “homework gap.”
The pandemic has forced a shift to online learning, a transition that has been challenging for the nearly 7 million disabled students in the U.S.
The COVID-19 pandemic sent many on the move to places other than their usual residence – and they may not know where or how to be counted.
64% of parents with children in elementary, middle or high school express at least some concern about their children falling behind.
91% of EU students in primary and secondary school were studying English in 2017 – more than all other foreign languages learned combined.
The educational attainment of recently arrived Latino immigrants in the U.S. has reached its highest level in at least three decades.
As schools close and classes and assignments shift online, some students do not have reliable access to the internet at home.
Among all U.S. adults, 63% favor making tuition at public colleges free, including 37% who strongly favor the proposal.
The gender wage gap narrows as women move into high-skill jobs and acquire more education. Women are now in the majority in jobs that draw most heavily on either social or fundamental skills.
The 30-year low reflects in part tight labor markets and falling unemployment, but also higher shares of young women at work or in school.