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The blog posts listed below have been written about and/or using Covid-19 data collected in the Understanding America Study. (For authors: if your publication is not listed here yet please contact us at uas-l@mymaillists.usc.edu).

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How Schools Communicate Can Meaningfully Change Parent Opinions - The Evidence Base, March 4, 2022 ; Amie Rapaport, Morgan Polikoff and Anna Saavedra
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With Students Back in School, Latest Data Finds Parental Support for State Testing Rebounding - The 74 million, December 6 ; Daniel Silver and Morgan Polikoff
Are fiery school-board meetings representative of all parents? - Brookings Brown Center Chalkboard, December 16 ; Anna Saavedra, Amie Rapaport, Morgan Polikoff, and Dan Silver
Almost everyone is concerned about K-12 students - Brookings Brown Center Chalkboard, March 23 ; Anna Saavedra, Morgan Polikoff, Dan Silver and Amie Rapaport
Most U.S. Adults Wear Masks – Inconsistently - The Evidence Base, January 22 ; Jill Darling, Kyla Thomas, Arie Kapteyn, Natalie Theys and Alwyn Cassil
Education Is Now a Bigger Factor Than Race in Desire for COVID-19 Vaccine - The Evidence Base, March 2 ; Kyla Thomas and Jill Darling
How COVID Changed Life in Los Angeles: Recent Findings from a Longitudinal Survey - The Evidence Base, September 2 ; Kyla Thomas and Marco Angrisani
Concerns about child well-being during the 2020-21 school year were greatest among parents of remote learners - Brookings Brown Center Chalkboard, September 23 ; Marshall Garland, Morgan Polikoff and Anna Saavedra
Prepare Now to Overcome Resistance to COVID-19 Vaccinations - The Evidence Base, February 25 ; Wändi Bruine de Bruin
COVID-19 Vaccine Refusal Increases After Being Overlooked During Distribution Process - The Evidence Base, August 3 ; Wändi Bruine de Bruin
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Surveys show things are better for students than they were in the spring—or do they? - Brookings Brown Center Chalkboard, November 18 ; Amie Rapaport, Anna Saavedra, Dan Silver and Morgan Polikoff
Parents’ Perspectives on the Effects of COVID-19 on K-12 Education - The Evidence Base, August 3 ; Anna Saavedra, Amie Rapaport, Daniel Silver, Morgan Polikoff, Marshall Garland and Shira Haderlein
Evidence of COVID-19’s Impact on K-12 Education Points to Critical Areas of Intervention - The Evidence Base, December 15 ; Anna Saavedra, Amie Rapaport, Morgan Polikoff, Daniel Silver, Shira Haderlein and Marshall Garland
What Will the June Jobs Report Show? - The Evidence Base, June 22, 2020 ; Arie Kapteyn and Francisco Perez-Arce
Has the Employment Recovery Stalled? - The Evidence Base, July 22 ; Arie Kapteyn and Francisco Perez-Arce
How men’s misplaced sense of masculinity in the face of Covid-19 may be killing them - USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog, April 9 ; Dan Cassino
This Recession May Be Different, But Many of the Victims May Look the Same - The Evidence Base, March 25 ; Daniel Bennett, Arie Kapteyn and Htay-Wah Saw
Vast Majority of Americans Support Wearing Masks, But a Deeper Look at Behavior Reveals Troubling Lack of Adherence - The Evidence Base, August 13 ; Jill Darling, Kyla Thomas, Arie Kapteyn and Francisco Perez-Arce
Pandemic Hit L.A. Economy Harder Than National Trends Suggest - The Evidence Base, June 19 ; Kyla Thomas
Working Mothers’ Careers, Mental Health Suffer During COVID-19 Pandemic - The Evidence Base, August 20 ; Maria J. Prados and Gema Zamarro
Parent dissatisfaction shows need to improve school communication during coronavirus pandemic - Brookings Brown Center Chalkboard, July 23 ; Morgan Polikoff
Not all kids have computers – and they’re being left behind with schools closed by the coronavirus - The Conversation, May 8 ; Morgan Polikoff, Anna Rosefsky Saavedra and Shira Korn
What’s the Likely Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Ed? - Inside HigherEd, August 4 ; Morgan Polikoff, Dan Silver and Shira Korn
Parent Racial, Income Divides Seen on School Reopening Preferences - Education Week, July 28 ; Sarah Sparks
For Schools To Open in Spring 2021, Teachers and Students Need to Mask Up - Education Next, December 23 ; Shira K. Haderlein and Morgan S. Polikoff
USC Study Finds Increasing Actions and Risk Perceptions for Coronavirus - The Evidence Base, March 18 ; Wändi Bruine de Bruin and Daniel Bennett
Americans Disagree on How Risky the Coronavirus Is, But Most Are Changing Their Behavior Anyway - The Evidence Base, March 26 ; Wandi Bruine de Bruin Anya Samek and Daniel Bennett
Americans disagree on how risky the coronavirus is, but most are changing their behavior anyway -  The Conversation, March 26 ; Wändi Bruine de Bruin, Anya Samek and Daniel Bennett
Discrimination Against Asian, Black Americans More Likely Amid Coronavirus Pandemic - The Evidence Base, March 23 ; Ying Liu and Brian Finch
Knowledge of COVID-19 Symptoms May Not Be Sufficient to Change Behavior - The Evidence Base, March 20 ; Ying Liu and Soeren Mattke