NEW SURVEY: Parents Most Skeptical of Blended Learning Models, Want Standardized Tests Cancelled for Spring Semester, Feel Highly Favorable Towards Teachers And Their Unions

A new survey from ParentsTogether, a family advocacy group representing more than 2.5 million parents across the country, found that 62% of parents with students in blended learning say their children’s mental health has gotten worse since the pandemic, compared to about half of parents with students in other models.

NEW SURVEY: Two Months After Insurrectionist Attack on the US Capitol, 67% of Parents Concerned About Kids Being Influenced by White Supremacist Content Online

Survey Shows Majority of Parents Are Taking New steps to limit the time their children spend online in light of the January 6 attack  89% Say Tech Companies Need to Do a Better Job of Protecting Kids WASHINGTON D.C. — A new survey from ParentsTogether, a family advocacy organization with more than 2.5 million members nationwide, revealed that parents are …

NEW STUDY: One Year Into the Pandemic, 82% of Parents Are Concerned About Their Kids’ Screen Time

43% of Parents Say the Excessive Use of Screens or Devices Has Caused Family Conflict 39% of Parents Link Excessive Use of Social Media and Devices to Declining Mental Health in their Kids WASHINGTON D.C. — A new survey released by family advocacy group ParentsTogether, which has a membership network of over 2.5 million parents across the United States, revealed …

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ParentsTogether’s Survey of Families in America Identifies Increasingly Dire Financial Crisis with 37% of Families Worse Off Now Than One Month Ago

With benefits cliff looming, families are desperate for another relief package from Congress Report Also Shows Deep Mental Health Crisis, 67% Say Someone in Their House is Struggling Emotionally; 47% Say Kids Mental Health Has Gotten Worse Since Summer December 10, 2020 — According to a new survey from ParentsTogether, families across the United States are reaching both financial and …

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NEW STUDY: Parents Angry About Voting Disinformation from Trump, Determined to Vote Anyway

ParentsTogether Surveyed A Thousand Parents Before Election Day: 87% of respondents aware of Trump’s Attacks on Mail-In Ballots, 91% Equally or More Likely to Vote by Mail Anyway October 21, 2020 – This morning, ParentsTogether Action, a national nonprofit organization made up of more than 2 million parents, released the results of a new survey which finds that the majority …

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New Study Shows Pandemic and Response is Pushing Parents to the Polls; 36% Say Pandemic Made Them More Likely to Vote

October 21, 2020 – This morning, ParentsTogether Action, a national nonprofit organization made up of more than 2 million parents, released a new survey of a thousand parents which finds that parents around the country, despite the stress of  balancing work, childcare, and education, are mobilizing to vote in huge numbers in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and the economic …

ParentsTogether Survey Reveals Remote Learning is Failing Our Most Vulnerable Students

As schools prepare for distance learning to continue in some form, Congress must provide resources to prevent low-income students and students with learning challenges from falling further behind May 27, 2020 (New York, NY) — ParentsTogether Action, a national parent-led organization with over 2 million members, has released the results of a survey of more than 1,500 families around the …

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ParentsTogether Survey Indicates Moms Are Carrying the Load of Distance Learning During Pandemic

78% of moms who live with male co-parents say they are managing the majority of their kids’  online learning May 6, 2020 (Washington, DC) — Ahead of Mother’s Day, ParentsTogether, a national parent-led organization, has released a survey of 1,500 parents showing that most of the load of managing kids’ distance learning is falling on moms. The survey confirmed that staying …

Rent Crisis Worsening: Survey Indicates Half of Families Struggling to Pay May 1st Bills

600,000 Call on Congress to Cancel Rent/Mortgage/Utility Payments April 29, 2020 (New York, NY) — As millions of families struggle to pay their bills as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, a new survey reveals that the rent crisis in the United States is worsening, with pressure mounting on Congress to send additional relief. Almost 600,000 people have signed a …