Zero students proficient in math in 19 Minnesota schools, state hits 30-year low, report says

Minnesota is the latest state to join a growing national trend of public schools with zero students meeting grade level in mathematics, and its two largest cities are accounting for the bulk of the declines.

Minnesota-based think tank The Center of the American Experiment (CAE) conducted an analysis of state test scores from the 2021-22 academic year. Traditional public schools, online public schools and charter schools were all evaluated to determine where students are struggling to recover from pandemic-related learning losses.

CAE’s findings concluded that while declines were evident statewide, two of Minnesota’s largest public school districts saw scores plummet the furthest last year.

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