In our September 2020 survey, we asked respondents about their views on in-person learning resuming last fall. At that time, majority of respondents (63%) supported remote learning for the fall of 2020.
With the arrival of the 2021-22 school year, we asked respondents once again if they think schools should move forward with in-person this fall. Our latest results reveal that respondents are divided on classroom formats for the 2021-22 school year.
A substantial portion of respondents (46%) believe that schools should shift to a hybrid learning model, while 30% of respondents think that schools should offer in-person learning only.
This marks a 23% increase among respondents who support hybrid learning and a 16% increase among respondents who support in-person learning since September of 2020.
Last updated on August 26, 2021. Please check back for updates.
Results based on surveys of 300 respondents from August 14, 2021 through August 17, 2021. All surveys were conducted online from respondents in the United States.
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