On September 8, 2021, D.C. Policy Center’s article, Challenges outside of school for D.C.’s students and families during the pandemic, was cited by the Washington Informer:
A report published by the D.C. Policy Center in March found that District children who stayed home during the pandemic experienced social isolation, anxiety and depression. As adults increasingly reported symptoms of anxiety and depression, experts anticipated the likelihood of unreported and undetected child abuse cases.
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Related: Challenges outside of school for D.C.’s students and families during the pandemic | D.C. Policy Center