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Analysis identifies substantial “rigor gap” between grades Florida high school students earn and their mastery of math and English Language Arts content.
A study from the National Urban League and Merrill Lynch looking back at a cohort of urban children in the 1980s shows how impactful encouragement can be.
As the scope of COVID learning loss becomes clearer, educators are quickly implementing strategies to prevent students from falling behind in math and reading.
Though one analysis finds COVID learning loss wasn’t as severe as expected, the absence of underrepresented students from the data has transformative policy implications for the education system.
But a significant number of students—generally from low-income and other vulnerable groups—did not participate in testing because of connectivity problems or other issues.
Six teachers discuss how they are creatively managing different types of instruction, and how policymakers and stakeholders can help.
State education chiefs applauded the decision to postpone the NAEP given the disruptions caused by COVID-19.
Six educators share their thoughts on the fear of COVID-19, the connections with students and parents and the staffing shortages in schools.
Six teachers across the country reflect on instruction, time management and learning in 2020.
The COVID learning loss predictions were dire, and several organizations are now releasing data tracking how students have actually performed this fall.
A study from the University of Arkansas shows the disparities between the charter and public school groups, in some cases as much as a $16,000 difference between pupils.