AP News cites a 2022 study by Emily Oster that states kids whose schools met mostly online in the 2020-2021 school year performed 13 percentage points lower in math and 8 percentage points lower in reading compared with schools meeting mostly in person.
Ashutosh Varshney writes for The Indian Express, "Something awful about 'new India' was revealed in Kheda, disturbingly familiar now but quite unknown in the first six decades of the post-Independence period."
In this interview with The Conversation, Director of the Annenberg Institute Susanna Loeb explains the best ways to use tutoring to help students get back on track in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senior Fellow Deborah Gordon recently co-authored an article for Science Magazine titled, "Tackling Unlit and Inefficient Gas Flaring," that explains how emissions from flaring threaten the global climate and the health of local communities.
Report written for the Costs of War project by Visiting Professor Lyle Goldstein on the long history of threat inflation in U.S. foreign policy, Russian military weakness, and the implications of the war in Ukraine for U.S. military spending, cited in Responsible Statecraft.
Visiting Professor Lyle Goldstein recently authored a paper in collaboration with the Costs of War project titled, "Threat Inflation, Russian Military Weakness, and the Resulting Nuclear Paradox: Implications of the War in Ukraine for U.S. Military Spending."
Watson Postdoctoral Fellow Liana Woskie named a 2022 Guggenheim Emerging Scholar for her dissertation project titled, "Quantifying Structural Violence: Female Sterilization and Normalized State Repression in Healthcare."