Remote learning likely widened racial, economic achievement gap

A new report on pandemic learning loss found that high-poverty schools both spent more weeks in remote instruction during 2020–21 and suffered large losses in achievement when they did so. Districts that remained largely in-person, however, lost relatively little ground. Experts predict the results will foreshadow a widening in measures of the nation’s racial and economic achievement gap.

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