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Now is time to help students learning English as a second language, experts say

February 25, 2021
As momentum builds to reopen schools, education experts say they're concerned about students who have fallen behind during the pandemic. They are worried that achievement gaps are widening — especially for English language learners, as shown in a recent Education Analytics study published by Policy Analysis for California Education.
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LA School Report

Learning loss in California: New analysis digs into how students—particularly English learners—are falling behind during the pandemic

February 23, 2021
Results from an Education Analytics study of Fall 2020 interim assessments in California revealed learning loss and widening equity gaps due to the pandemic, with more learning loss for English learners and students from low-income backgrounds.
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EdSource

New tools can help us better address student trauma

February 17, 2021
An op-ed from the Superintendent of the Santa Ana Unified School District, part of California's CORE Districts, describes their work to pilot Education Analytics' Rally Analytics Platform, which helps teachers and school leaders track and reflect on the well-being and academic effects of the pandemic on students.
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The State

SC students experienced significant learning loss during pandemic, study finds

February 16, 2021
The greatest learning loss among South Carolina students was seen in fourth and fifth graders, both in English Language Arts and math, according to a study by Education Analytics.
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The74

Leaders in California and South Carolina find learning loss—especially in the early grades—but experts say data is still 'imperfect'

February 16, 2021
Results from an Education Analytics study of Fall 2020 interim assessments in two states revealed learning loss and widening equity gaps due to the pandemic. In California, EA found more learning loss for English learners and students from low-income backgrounds, and in South Carolina, EA found more learning loss for White and Hispanic students.
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EdSource

Initial data for California confirm early grades, low-income children hit hardest by "learning loss"

January 26, 2021
An Education Analytics study published by Policy Analysis for California Education found substantial learning loss by Fall 2020 due to the pandemic for students in grades 3 to 8 in 18 California districts, with the greatest losses in math and reading for students in grades 5 and 6.
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