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Oregon students’ math, reading skills plummet post-pandemic - Los Angeles Times
Sep 23, 7:42 AM:

Testing from spring 2022 shows students who were already behind before the pandemic had the most learning loss but all children overall lost ground when compared with spring 2019 test scores, Oregon Department of Education >

School 2.0: How has the pandemic changed learning?
Sep 23, 7:37 AM:

Scholars, policy makers, and school leaders have advocated for using the global health crisis as an opportunity to rethink and reinvent how education works in the United States, so that fewer gaps exist between kids of different >

Addressing learning loss: What Omaha Public Schools is doing
Sep 23, 7:33 AM:

Nebraska data shows a detailed picture of OPS students’ decline in English and math proficiencies as a result of the pandemic.

Learning loss continues to manifest
Sep 22, 9:17 AM:

Test scores released this month showed 72% of students failed to meet California math standards, worse by 5 percentage points from the pre-pandemic school year of 2018-19. For English standards, 58% failed to meet state >

Education leaders share academic, SEL recovery efforts in House subcommittee hearing
Sep 22, 9:15 AM:

The House Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education Subcommittee held a hearing Tuesday to discuss meeting students’ academic, social and emotional needs.

University Charter School’s BrewCS recognized, to be contender for governor’s excellence award
Sep 22, 8:59 AM:

University Charter School (UCS) in Livingston was recognized as Work-Based Learning Regional Best Practice model and will be a contender for the Second Annual Governor's Work-Based Learning Seal of Excellence Award.

School book bans surged this year, per PEN America report
Sep 19, 10:10 AM:

According to a report from PEN America released Monday, a book ban was enacted in an American school district every 3½ hours between July 2021 and July 2022.

Families reflect on the pandemic’s long-term impact on students’ learning
Sep 19, 10:07 AM:

...data showing the full extent of COVID-19's long-term impact on elementary students' learning is only just starting to emerge.

Parents Can Leave the Failing Public School System
Sep 14, 5:19 AM:

It was cruel COVID-era policies – implemented by teachers’ unions, education bureaucrats, and negligent school boards – that caused test scores to plummet.

How the Covid Pandemic Will Follow Today’s Kids Into Adulthood
Aug 9, 9:01 AM:

Scientists and economists look at what learning loss and disruption could bring for a generation of students—and what can be done about it

LEARN charter network starts the school year ahead of Chicago schools
Aug 9, 8:38 AM:

The North Lawndale school is one of seven in the LEARN Charter School Network, which usually starts classes in early August and a few weeks ahead of Chicago Public Schools, which this year, starts on Aug. 22. LEARN serves >

Thanks, But No Thanks: Why Teachers Don’t Want to Be Administrators
Jul 26, 9:18 AM:

The move from standout teacher to administrative leader may seem like a no brainer: better pay, a private office, more influence. But not everyone sees it that way.

Why Putting the ‘Science of Reading’ Into Practice Is So Challenging
Jul 21, 8:03 AM:

North Carolina is one of more than two dozen states that have embarked on an attempt to radically transform reading instruction over the past few years. The goal is to bring instruction in line with the decades of research on how >

Google’s Adaptive Learning Technologies Help Amplify Educators’ InstructionGoogle’
Jul 21, 7:54 AM:

For students, adaptive learning tech can deepen comprehension of instructional concepts and help them achieve their personal potential by providing real-time feedback and support through hints and video prompts.

New Report: How Do Teachers Spend Their Time?
Jul 7, 6:04 AM: Do schools make the most of the time that they are given?
Time to Pull the Plug on Traditional Grading?
Jul 5, 8:52 AM: Supporters of mastery-based grading say it could promote equity.
Education researchers share how SC can close achievement gap
Jul 5, 8:39 AM: Researchers with the University of South Carolina’s College of Education have unveiled new report that details what South Carolina can do to accomplish a ‘whole child’ approach to education.
How Schools Incorporate Social-Emotional Learning
Jun 2, 8:47 AM: Students who have practiced how to collaborate and communicate tend to be more successful in school.



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