2022 Across the Aisle Report: What Voters and Parents Want in Education Report
November 1, 2022
Last year, as states and districts across the country grappled with academic and social and emotional learning loss, states and districts were still in a state of triage, learning about the full impacts of school closures while supporting students and educators with safely returning to school. Furthermore, parents were anxious about when and how things would return to a state of normalcy. This context laid the groundwork for The Hunt Institute’s 2021 Emerging Priorities for Education Leaders Report to better understand the educational challenges and issues that are top of mind among the public.
One year later, how have public priorities changed?
America’s ever-changing educational landscape inspired The Hunt Institute to explore whether parent and voter priorities had shifted since our last report was published. In partnership with Lake Research Partners, we conducted an updated nationwide survey of parents and voters to hear their concerns, gauge their priorities, and establish a path forward for transforming our education system for the better. With support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Hunt Institute is pleased to present our updated 2022 report, Across the Aisle: Bridging the Education Divide, What Voters and Parents Want in Education.
For a more in-depth look at our findings, please read the full blog post.