Annette Anderson

Johns Hopkins School of Education; JHU Center for Safe and Healthy Schools

Professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, academic program director for the JHU Center for Safe and Healthy Schools

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The pandemic has exacerbated the learning gap between rich and poor kids in K-12 schools, says Annette Anderson, professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Education.

How to close the education gap that’s only widened since COVID-19

The pandemic has exacerbated the learning gap between rich and poor kids in K-12 schools, says Annette Anderson, professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Education.

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