National Study Shows Online Literacy Engagement Minimizes COVID Slide


Achieve3000 students who did not participate in remote reading instruction lost 20% of potential learning gains.

A real-time national education study of more than one million students by two leading not-for-profit education groups has found that continued engagement with technology-enabled instruction during COVID-19 school closures has significantly reduced students’ loss of potential reading growth. The Successful Practices Network (SPN) and the Center for College and Career Readiness (CCCR) released these findings today, which are some of the very first published results using current data of students’
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