Students Lost One-Third of a School Year to Pandemic, Study Finds

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According to a new global analysis, children experienced learning deficits and had not recovered from those losses more than two years later. Even more severe effects are seen in developing countries and students with low financial backgrounds. This only furthers the idea that the challenges of remote learning have been overwhelming and have not been solved even when the school resumed in-person curriculum. Data show that students of lower socioeconomic status shouldered much of the burden, likely because they faced noisy study spaces, spotty internet connections, and economic turbulence. Not to mention, many perceptions of parents have been incorrect, and neither noticed the academic and mental stress their children were under. 

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