As the pandemic has passed, COVID remains, as do the unmet learning needs of millions of America’s students.
With the unprecedented federal investment in our nation’s public schools waning at the end of the academic year, the opportunities—and need—for independent schools to support more of our nation’s youth is likely to only become clearer.
Yet the challenges students are facing are multi-faceted. They range from mental health challenges to challenges in executive function, agency, academics, and more. For many independent schools, their traditional models may not be fit for serving many of the needs that students present.