August 13, 2022
Pandemic: California students suffer math, English achievement
SACRAMENTO – (INT) - Public school educators throughout California are getting their first look at the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on student achievement.

A detailed report issued Friday found the past two school years “presented unprecedented challenges for communities, educators, students, and parents/guardians.”

The report determined there was progress in math and English language but at a slower rate than previous years. The scores also showed a widening of achievement gaps among student groups.

Most school districts were in ‘remote learning’ until later in the spring of 2021.

“Many students lacked computers with secure browsers that would allow remote administration of the test, and many more experienced problems with bandwidth that made testing remotely infeasible”, the report concluded.
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