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Since the pandemic began, the phrase “learning loss” has become a frequently used term in the education field. What kind of “learning loss” are teachers actually seeing in their classrooms and how are they working to address it? Angela Burley, sixth grade social studies teacher and a 2021-2022 Teach Plus Texas Policy Fellow, joins the show to share her perspective on the issue.
- Read Angela Burley’s piece in the Dallas Examiner, “Students can’t help being absent because of COVID. We need to help them, not label them chronically absent.”
- Read another teacher’s perspective on the issue in the ASCD blog article, “Why ‘Learning Loss’ Is So Complicated (and How to Address It Constructively).”
- From the Archives: Listen to “How is Your Kid Really Doing in School?” featuring Learning Heroes’ Bibb Hubbard.