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Re-Learning K-12 Education: Part I

Re-Learning K-12 Education: Part IPerkins Eastman has been studying the impact of remote learning on K-12 students, with a focus on the short- and long-term design implications for classrooms and schools. At the same time, Perkins Eastman teams are working with institutions to develop strategies and best practices for remote teaching. The first part of a series, Re-Learning K-12 Education | Part I, analyzes the findings of a firm-wide survey completed in the summer of 2020. Information within was gathered from roundtables with leading educators in partnership with Drexel University, and our own research to conceptualize new ways of designing spaces for K-12 students