Testing shows Hawaii students at least 1 grade level behind
November 23, 2021
HONOLULU (AP) — Most Hawaii public elementary and middle school students are at least one grade level behind, testing data showed.
Three-quarters of students in first through eighth grades were at least one or two grade levels behind in math after the first quarter of the current academic year while two-thirds were also behind in English language arts, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Friday.
The results of an analysis of fall testing data indicate how the pandemic has disrupted learning, state Department of Education administrators said.