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"Whatever we're doing, it's not enough." Learning still hasn’t rebounded since the pandemic. Educators are perplexed—and worried.

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The pandemic may have given us an all-new reason why Johnny can’t read. Or do math, or many other things children are expected to master at their grade level.

Educators had expected America’s schoolchildren to make up for lost learning once they returned to the classroom post-pandemic. At first, things seemed on track. Yes, students were still behind at the end of the 2021-22 school year, but they appeared to be making up ground according to the testing group Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA), a not-for-profit organization that helps school districts improve learning. CONTINUE READING

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