Experts call for action to support educators in fostering growth for all students, particularly those who have been traditionally underserved with learning gains and educational inequity.

New research finds widening educational inequity in year of COVID


Experts call for action to support educators in fostering growth for all students, particularly those who have been traditionally underserved


New research from the nonprofit NWEA highlights a challenging year in education and notes that most students made lower-than-typical learning gains in math and reading.





The research examined MAP Growth assessment scores from 5.5 million U.S. public school students in grades 3-8 between fall 2020 and spring 2021 and found:





  • On average, students across most grades and subject areas made learning gains
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