Elementary, middle school students falling behind in math amid pandemic: research
A significant number of elementary and middle school-aged children are showing signs of falling behind in math amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced many children to complete this year’s coursework online, according to new research.View the source
Topics: COVID-19 and schools
These visualizations allow you to explore key questions from our report, Learning during COVID-19: Initial findings on students’ reading and math achievement and growth.
In this National Institute of Statistical Sciences (NISS) Ingram Olkin “Statistics Serving Society” Forum, experts from around the country will share statistical and data-analytic challenges they have faced as they have reported on and researched issues around the impact of COVID-19 in U.S. schools.
By: Megan Kuhfeld
In this Brown Center Chalkboard (Brookings Institution) blog, NWEA researchers share findings from new research that sheds light on the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on student learning.
On this EdNext podcast, Megan Kuhfeld discusses new research examining how student reading and math achievement and growth have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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In this Education Next blog, Megan Kuhfeld shares key findings from new research examining how student learning has been impacted by school closures caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in spring 2020.
By: Megan Kuhfeld
Lost learning, lost students: COVID slide not as steep as predicted, NWEA study finds — but 1 in 4 kids was missing from fall exams
The 74’s Beth Hawkins reports on new NWEA research on the impacts of COVID-19 school closures on student academic achievement and growth and the students missing in these data.
How have COVID-19 school closures impacted student academic growth and achievement? New research using fall 2020 MAP Growth assessment data for 4.4 million students provides new insights, key findings, and actionable recommendations.