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In response to the coronavirus pandemic, NCES has gathered a sampling of relevant data, resources, and tools to answer questions that students, parents, educators, and researchers might have. This webpage lists common questions related to the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on education.
Topics included on this page range from students’ access to distance education to data on school finances. Resources range from text-based reports to data tables to interactive maps and tools. For example, users can access an interactive map with data on percentages of children living in households with broadband internet subscriptions and explore data on revenues of postsecondary institutions with the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) Trend Generator. Additionally, this page includes resources created specifically in response to the coronavirus pandemic, such as a list of states’ plans for reopening public schools.
This webpage will be updated periodically as new data and resources become available.
How many public school teachers are there? Second resource
What percentage of teachers in my state are age 55+?
How many public school principals are there?
What percentage of principals in my state are age 55+?
What percentage of public school principals and teachers are at least 65 years old?
What percentage of private school principals and teachers are at least 65 years old?
What is the average age of teachers in public and private schools, and how does average age vary by main teaching assignment?
This new survey provides data on how people’s lives have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The Census Bureau started data collection on April 23, 2020 and releases data weekly. Please click on the links below for downloadable tables for each week of data release.
Additional NCES Resources and Tools
Resources Outside of NCES
Comprehensive Center Network: Resources for Continuity of Learning
Regional Education Laboratories: COVID-19: Evidence-Based Resources
If you still have questions, please contact the NCES Help Line at (202) 403-5551 or use this form.