Equity and COVID-19
As we all seek to learn more about the impact of COVID-19 on our students, families, educators, school leaders, and systems, it is essential to collect stories and insights from the field.
All members of school communities are invited and highly encouraged to contribute to this emerging body of research by completing this brief survey.
All responses will be anonymized; only composite data will be analyzed. You input is incredibly valuable, and will be used to inform the conversation in schools across the nation. Thank you in advance for your participation!
Rebecca Eunmi Haslam, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Teacher Education, Saint Michael's College
Founder and Consultant, Seed the Way LLC
Please indicate your relationship to schools.
Special Education Teacher
Other Specialized Service Provider (e.g. SLP, Interventionist)
Unified Arts / Specials Teacher
Parent/Care Giver/Family Member
Advocate, Activist, or Member of an Outside Organization
Guidance Counselor, Social Worker, Mental Health Professional
What ages, grades, or grade range best describes you or your work? (e.g. K-12)
Which of the following issues lead to negative outcomes in your educational setting in the time of COVID-19? (Check all that apply).
Access to Adult Support at Home
Access to Devices at Home
Access to Internet at Home
Amount of Screen Time Required
Assessment and Grading
Attendance and Participation
Basic Needs (food security, safety, health)
Communication with Families
Curriculum (Content and Rigor)
Curricular Implications for Next Year
FERPA and Confidentiality
Access to IEPs and Required Services
Privacy at Home
Punitive Measures for Non-Compliance
Social Emotional Wellbeing; Social Implications; Isolation
Wellbeing of Educators
Please share a specific experience you've had dealing with educational inequity in the time of COVID-19.
Which demographic or populations are the most negatively impacted by educational inequity in the time of COVID-19? Please describe to the best of your ability. (e.g. Students on IEPs; Families with limited income; High School Seniors)
What is one approach or strategy you feel is (or may be) effective? Please explain why.
What is one approach or strategy that you feel is not effective? Please explain why.
What are you most concerned about moving forward?
What other suggestions or recommendations do you have?
Please share your name and email address if you would like to have a follow up conversation.
Thank you so much for taking the time to share your insight!
Dr. Rebecca Eunmi Haslam
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