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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.
Williamsville Central School District has developed software that automatically assigns students to attend labs where they math interventions if they get questions wrong on grade free tests, which all four of the New York district’s middle schools administer every morning.
District Administration partnered with Voyager Sopris Learning to develop and deploy a survey of school administrators in May 2020, asking them about their expectations for student learning loss after the […]
Heading into the new school year, teachers crave data on online learning's impact on students and they also want more training in how to use the information.
School officials at the state level say that summer is the time for conversations about what worked and what didn't work for students and teachers.
Learn the five key considerations educators should ask when responding to students' academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs when school resumes.
Ithaca City School District Superintendent Luvelle Brown—who is examining the way forward in a series of equity webinars with education leaders—says the pandemic offers an opportunity for progress.
Many states could extend their suspensions of high-stakes school testing into the next year due to complications relating to the novel coronavirus.
School closures may widen the skills gap that results in some fifth-graders learning at a high school-level while students in the same class have yet to master third-grade content.