Early data on learning loss show big drop in math, but not reading skills

A national testing organization that predicted school closures last spring would leave students far behind where they should be academically as they entered schools this fall released data Tuesday showing the reality, while worrisome, was less dire. The test results from the Portland-based nonprofit organization NWEA is one of the first large-scale efforts documenting the […]

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Not dire, for now: California expects $26 billion windfall despite pandemic

The good news: The recession California officials predicted in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic has not been as dire as they thought it would be, leaving the state with a $26 billion windfall heading into the next fiscal year. The bad news: A reason for the unanticipated cash reveals the state‚Äôs stark economic […]

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