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DC School Report Card | Learning Environment

2021 DC School Report Card

Learning Environment

During the 2020-21 school year students participated in learning in a variety of ways; some students learned remotely for the full year and others experienced a range of both in-person and remote learning. The environments in which students learned, the tools and resources schools used, and the needs of both teachers and students were unlike any other school year.

Explore the information below to learn more about how learning environments changed across DC throughout the school year. Use the graphs and maps below to learn more about the experience students had and ways they interreacted with learning opportunities throughout the school year. Additionally, review data collected, and initiatives aimed at addressing Technology and device access for students and families.

Student Learning Environments

Explore how in-person learning time changed throughout the school year and how it differed between grade spans. The map can be filtered by month and/or student group. The percentages in each ward represent the percentage of in-person learning time for students attending schools located in that section of DC. The default of not selecting a month and/or student grade span filter will display the in-person learning percentage for all students for the full school year.

Rate of students in different learning environments

Explore how students learned throughout the 2020-21 school year whether itwas in a fully virtual setting, in-person, or a hybrid of the two models.The graphs below show the percentages of students based on the averagenumber of days of in-person learning students experienced each week.

Using the filters, you can view this data month by month across the school year and explore across grade spans. The graphs below display data from all public schools in DC by ward, by race/ethnicity and by student group. If no filters are selected the displayed data represents all students for the full school year.

Technology Access

As the 2020-21 school year began, technology access to device and broadband connectivity was a focused initiative. DC government agencies, along with business and non-profit leaders collaborated to provide devices and broadband access to all to better enable student access to instruction. Read more about the study completed by the Deputy Mayor for Education regarding the number of devices and connectivity in fall 2020. Additionally, programs such as the Mayor’s Internet For All initiative continues to provide additional resources to students and families.