From Rick Graber:
Recently, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) confirmed the predictions of parents and educators everywhere. Learning loss since the pandemic has been tremendous. NAEP scores released last month showed that all the gains students made in reading and math the past two decades were erased by only two years of school lockdowns and learning disruptions. Another recent report also found significant learning loss for remote students and that high-poverty students fell furthest behind. These results only bolster the already strong case for increased parental choice.