Accelerating Learning for All Students
Even though the language in the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) refers to “learning loss” during COVID, educators have pushed back against that term and its deficit mindset. Most educators are now using the term “unfinished learning” to describe the lost instructional time. They believe the focus should be on accelerating learning and getting students back to grade-level work.
In this Education Insight, you'll discover how we can achieve equitable reading proficiency through the science of reading, valuable assessments, and instructional elements to accelerate learning. Download this paper now to accelerate learning in your schools today.
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