New Report Sounds Alarm Over Children's Learning Loss Amid Pandemic

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Published on 29 Jul 2021, 16:45
A new report out reveals that virtually all children fell behind in reading and math learning over the course of the pandemic, with some students disproportionately affected. NWEA senior research scientist, Karyn Lewis, and Harlem Children's Zone President Geoffrey Canada joined Stephanie Ruhle to discuss the causes and possible solutions to the issue. "We really have a problem on our hands," Lewis says.

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New Report Sounds Alarm Over Children's Learning Loss Amid Pandemic
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