Teaching Most Teachers Are Not 'Extremely Confident' They Can Help Students Recover Academically
Teachers appear more confident about their virtual teaching skills than their ability to help students catch up academically, survey shows.
Student Achievement Two Decades of Progress, Nearly Gone: National Math, Reading Scores Hit Historic Lows
The pandemic has smacked 4th and 8th graders back to the last century in math and reading, according to new national assessments.
College & Workforce Readiness Dropouts Now Face a Steeper Climb to Earn a Diploma Post-Pandemic
Recovery programs say they have seen more students, further behind, than in prior years.
Teaching Some Students Are Routinely Denied Challenging Work. The Pandemic Made That Worse
An increase in the use of lower-level reading passages threatens to exacerbate academic gaps.
Teaching Tutoring or Remediation: Which Learning Recovery Strategy Is Most Popular?
Tutoring is backed by research, but remediation—going back over old content—could widen some academic gaps.
Student Achievement What Teachers Say Is the Biggest Barrier to Learning Recovery
A Khan Academy/YouGov survey of teachers explores views on unfinished learning, getting students to master concepts, and grading.
Student Achievement What the Research Says Academic Recovery From the Pandemic Will Outlast Funding by Years
While student achievement has begun to rebound, new data show a long road to return to pre-COVID performance
Federal Biden's Tutoring Initiative: What Will It Mean for Learning Recovery?
The effort aims to help students by providing a pipeline of support in the recruitment of volunteers and use of COVID aid money.
Student Achievement Spotlight Spotlight on Tutoring
This Spotlight will help you understand tutoring as an academic recovery tool, discover how districts can expand tutoring access, and more.
College & Workforce Readiness What the Research Says 5 Ways to Make Online Credit Recovery Work Better for Struggling Students
Seven out of 10 districts use online programs for credit recovery.
College & Workforce Readiness Opinion High School Graduation Is Down. There Are No Quick Fixes
Online credit-recovery programs are popular, but many shortchange students, write Robert Balfanz and Karen Hawley Miles.
Teaching K-12 Essentials Forum Emerging Strategies in Teaching and Learning
Join experts for a look at the tools teachers honed during the pandemic that have the best potential to boost student learning long term.
IT Management Q&A Khan Academy Founder on How to Boost Math Performance and Make Free College a Reality
"There's something very strange happening in the education system," Khan Academy Founder Sal Khan told Education Week.
Teaching Opinion Tutoring Is Not the Best Fix for Learning Recovery
Equip teachers to address learning gaps while keeping to grade-level work, urges the Council of the Great City Schools' executive director.