Students in Grades 1-8 have now moved closer to expectations in math and reading, according to a new study just released by Renaissance Learning.
Based upon Star Reading and Star Math assessments taken by almost 4 million students, the typical student is 0-3 weeks behind in reading and 4-7 weeks behind in math. An earlier study showed that a typical student was 8-11 weeks behind in math – with fears that results would continue to decline because of remote learning. However, students who are Black, Hispanic, Native American and those attending Title I schools continue to see the greatest negative impact.
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