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Controversy and consensus: Perspectives on race, religion, and COVID-19 in public schools

22 September 2021

Summary

The August 2021 American Perspectives Survey reveals surprising consensus on American attitudes toward COVID-19 in public schools. Parents overwhelmingly favor a return to in-person learning for their children, as do a narrower majority of Americans without school-age children.

Authors

Daniel A. Cox
Senior Fellow in Polling and Public Opinion

Nat Malkus
Senior Fellow and Deputy Director, Education Policy Studies

Tags

covid-19 public schools society and culture politics and public opinion american perspectives survey survey center on american life

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