Learning Loss & Recovery
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School & District Management The Key Challenges After-School Programs Are Facing, in Charts
After-school programs are a key academic recovery strategy for districts, but they can't enroll all the students who need them.
Student Achievement Opinion Effective Summer Learning: ‘We Already Know How to Do This’
There’s no path to education equity that doesn’t include summer programs.
English-Language Learners U.S. English Learners' Language-Proficiency Scores Still Below Pre-Pandemic Years
A new analysis of English learner language-proficiency test results shows the pandemic's outsized impact.
Assessment Q&A Putting Education Researchers and Teachers on Equal Footing
The new head of an "inclusive R&D" initiative discusses promises and challenges of asking educators and researchers to co-create solutions.
Families & the Community New Campaign Tries to Convince Parents That Their Kids Have Fallen Behind
A new advertising campaign in six cities aims to dispel parents' perceptions that their kids are performing at grade level.
Classroom Technology Schools Bought Tech to Accelerate Learning. Is It Working?
Experts say technology has helped with acceleration, but there's still a long way to go.
Professional Development Accelerate Learning, in 5 Weeks
Education Week introduces its first email mini-course to help educators get up to speed on learning acceleration.
Student Achievement Clearing the Hurdles to Effective School Tutoring Programs
What makes tutoring work? What are the challenges? Two researchers and a principal discuss.
Student Achievement Live Online Discussion A Seat at the Table- Tutoring: What the Evidence Says About What’s Working and What Isn’t
Just in time for academic recovery! Join Tyrone C. Howard, Thomas J. Kane, and Cristal Moore as they discuss the power of tutoring in helping students catch up. Learn about the practicalities, challenges, and success stories.
Budget & Finance Letter to the Editor Federal Funds Should Be Prioritized to Support Mental Health
A psychologist urges districts to invest in social-emotional and mental health supports—above all others—in this letter to the editor.
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Mathematics Q&A How to Boost Students' Missing Math Skills and Still Stay on Grade Level
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Student Achievement 'Don't Reinvent The Wheel': How One District Made a Tutoring Program That Works
A North Carolina superintendent turned to tutoring to help students catch up long before COVID-19 pushed others in that direction.