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An analysis of school district response plans to COVID reveals strong, replicable practices from reopening and recovery plans that other systems can model, even where schools have already opened.
Administrators at East Harlem Scholars Academies say student achievement held steady, and in some cases improved, after the sudden shift to online learning this spring.
Data will play a key role in the short- and long-term strategies K-12 leaders deploy as they steer their schools and districts through COVID recovery.
Conversation topics educators can have with parents in making individualized decisions about a request to retain include pre-pandemic skill levels, remote instruction progress and alternatives to retention.
Despite COVID disruptions, schools should track ‘skip-year’ academic growth in 2021 as it blends equity and accuracy in the process of measuring school quality, a new report says.
Dyslexia screening is crucial to verifying the presence of dyslexia and providing the diagnostic documentation required for eligibility in specially designed programs throughout a student’s educational career. Dyslexia screening results […]
To stem "COVID slide" learning loss, new policies are needed to boost testing equity and to adapt assessments to online and hybrid learning, according to NWEA.
Among growing concerns about the "Covid-19" slide, a new study has found that more than half of students experienced learning loss every summer between grades 1 and 6.
To even the playing field for all students, administrators are rethinking traditional approaches to assessment.
In rural North Texas, closing school buildings sped up Sunray ISD's journey toward student-driven instruction freed from the strictures of standardized tests.
These Districts of Distinction runners-up are paying for AP tests and dual-credit classes, expanding summer programs for all students and providing more opportunities for students through construction projects.