COVID-19 & Islamic Schools: 2020-2021 Year in Review

Since the start of the pandemic, Islamic schools all around the U.S. have been struggling to adjust to the new norm that is COVID-19. In June 2021, ISLA sent out a survey to Islamic schools in the U.S. to determine the impact of the pandemic. Based on the collected data, we analyzed the instructional and financial impacts, as well as any challenges schools faced during the year. Below, and accessible for download, is a report summarizing the results of the survey and analysis of the findings. Based on the data, several suggestions are presented in the report to assist Islamic schools in continuing to navigate the ongoing pandemic.

COVID-19 & Enrollment (Nov 2020)

COVID-19 Impact on Full-Time Islamic School Enrollment

In late October-November 2020, ISLA administered a survey to understand the impact of COVID-19 on Islamic school enrollment.

It is our hope that the following report assists Islamic schools in making decisions for the future health of their schools, and that supporters of Islamic schools recognize the urgency of this moment in helping Islamic schools ride through this crisis without facing irreparable damage.

As we all navigate these unchartered territory, ISLA seeks to continue to move forward with its own mission of supporting Islamic schools with useful and timely research, professional development and collegial networking that uplifts and empowers each of us to come out of this crisis stronger.

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COVID-19 Impact (June 2020)

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Dr. Shaza Khan Presents at 2020 Muslim Philanthropy Initiative Symposium

Dr. Shaza Khan was an invited speaker at the 2020 Muslim Philanthropy Initiative Symposium – “Journal of Education in Muslim Societies” hosted by Indiana University’s Lily School of Philanthropy and IIIT.

Dr. Shaza Khan’s presentation was entitled ” COVID-19 and Islamic Schools in the United States: Challenges, Successes, and Opportunities.” Her presentation focused on data from a survey administered between April – June 2020. It highlighted the resilience and agility of Islamic schools, demonstrated by the ability of the majority of Islamic schools to resume educational services within two weeks of the WHO declaring COVID a global pandemic. The PowerPoint Dr. Shaza Khan presented at the Symposium can be found below. 

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