COVID’s Impact on the US Education System

Slides by Chloe Gardner With this project, I wanted to ask just how exactly has enforcing online learning harmed student progress both socially and academically. I especially wanted to look at this as it compares to in-person instruction. I divided the presentation into three sections: what we know, social impacts, and academic impacts. In order... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Lockdown: Online vs Traditional Education

Slides by Trey Heckaman My project spotlights the research question: “How has the shift in education delivery methods impacted students across all age groups, but particularly those of a younger age?” During the early phases of the COVID-19 pandemic, schools were among the first to have to modify their operations because these environments are traditionally... Continue Reading →

Effects of COVID-19 on Students

Slides by Brian Fuller The question that I had been researching for this project was, “How has COVID-19 affected college students mental and social health?”. This past year of navigating online classes and adapting to this new form of learning has been tough on students. I thought it would be interesting to do some research... Continue Reading →

Education During a Lockdown

Slides by Megan Griffin For the Hometown on a Lockdown project, I explored the discrepancies between different school districts and universities in the switch to online education. Some of these differences include Internet access, meals, and quality of education. The resources offered to students depend on state school funding and COVID-19 has deepened the inequality... Continue Reading →


Slides with Audio by Ran Duan The name of the project is titled “Trigger”, it mainly focused on how COVID-19 affect Asian international students’ life through several different aspects. It is not the first time in the history that Asian or other races were blamed by the spread of viruses. I consider COVID as a... Continue Reading →

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