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Other Research Cited in the Media
"Addressing Learning Loss in Disadvantaged Kids." US News and World Report, April 2022.
“Study shows declines in new kindergartners' math skills.” Education Dive. 2020.
“How to Reopen America’s Schools.” New York Times Opinion. 2020.
“50 Million Kids Can’t Attend School. What Happens to Them?” New York Times Opinion. 2020.
“Homeschooling during the coronavirus will set back a generation of children.” Washington Post. 2020.
“How One District Got Its Students Back Into Classrooms.” New York Times. 2020.
“Research Shows Students Falling Months Behind During Virus Disruptions.” New York Times. 2020.
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