A central database for educators, researchers, and policymakers to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic shaped students’ modes of learning in 2020-21.
U.S. School Learning Models,
This map reflects the most common learning model in use by states’ schools and districts during each month of the 2020-21 school year.
Explore data by state-specific data by clicking on the state on the map, or by viewing our data and research resources.
Use the slider to observe changes in school districts’ most common learning model between August 2020-May 2021.
Note that not all states have available data at this time.
The COVID-19 School Data Hub integrates data from state-level Departments of Education about the learning models used in their K-12 schools and districts over the course of the 2020-21 school year. The Data Hub will make it possible for researchers to answer crucial questions about the impact of the schooling experience during the COVID-19 pandemic, including questions about impact of in-person vs. virtual learning on academic performance and student health outcomes.
Explore the data by state by either 1) clicking on the state in the map above, or 2) finding your state on the Explore by State page.