When does inequality grow? School, summer, and achievement gaps
By: Megan Kuhfeld, Dennis Condron, Douglas Downey
What role does schooling play in the development of racial and ethnic inequalities in academic skills? An analysis of 2M students provides insights into seasonal learning and achievement gaps.
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It can be tricky to understand what dyslexia is and what it isn’t. In this blog, learn the facts about four myths about dyslexia and about possible indicators for dyslexia from preschool years through high school.
By: Elizabeth Barker
In this Education Commission of the States EdNote blog, Beth Tarasawa and Aaliyah Samuel share some key findings and actionable takeaways from NWEA research exploring how school shutdowns impacted student achievement at the start of the 2020-21 academic year.
By: Beth Tarasawa, Aaliyah Samuel
This study reports achievement levels and fall-to-spring gains in grades K to 8 for three groups of English Learners (ELs): ever-ELs who were ever eligible for service; current-ELs who continue to require service; and dually-identified students eligible for both EL and Special Education services.
By: Angela Johnson
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 NCEA podcast, Beth Tarasawa joins Kevin Baxter to discuss how we can use historical learning trends as well as real-time data to better understand the status of student performance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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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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