Report says states should extend upcoming school year to address learning losses


April 10, 2020

State policymakers should extend the 2020-21 school year, lengthen the school day, or do both, plus assess student progress at the beginning of the school year to help educators help the children who need it the most.

Those are some of the recommendations in a new report from researchers at Michigan State University, who analyzed state responses to the coronavirus pandemic and provided insight on the challenges schools will face when students return for onsite instruction.


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