Schools address pandemic learning loss

As school districts near the end of a school year turned upside down by the COVID-19 pandemic, research is finding that the disruption in learning has caused learning loss that likely will impact student achievement. Local schools have reported a spike in the number of students who have failing grades and an increase in the number of students who will repeat grades after a year trying to adapt to remote and hybrid learning.

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Source: Observer-Reporter, May 1, 2021.

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The Pennsylvania Principals Association Board of Directors has approved a Diversity and Equity Position Statement.

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