ACSI Research conducted a survey of 2,300 U.S. member Christian schools in late April 2020. The U.S. survey collected real-time data on school closures, the transition to distance learning formats, current distance learning practices, and the financial impact of COVID-19. The survey also asked respondents about forecasting for the 2020-2021 school year, including enrollment projections, contingency budgets, and new distance learning opportunities being considered. The findings of the survey, as detailed in this report, point to the overall nimbleness and tenacity of Christian schools in responding to COVID-19. The findings also indicate the necessity of ongoing planning in the face of uncertainty for the next school year.

The International School Response to COVID-19 Survey Supplementary Report collected data from 5,500 international member schools. Among other things, we learned that our international school members responded very nimbly and rapidly to the pandemic. The report also shows some challenges facing international Christian schools that are unique in comparison to their US sister schools. You will need to have the US Christian Schools and COVID-19 Report handy to fully understand the international supplement.

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Click here for the international report