Typically around this time of year, students, parents and teachers prepare for “back to school.”
But this year isn’t the same.
Many school systems across metro Atlanta have moved to push back the start of their school year — or return virtually. This comes after metro students lost nine weeks of regular instruction in the 2019-2020 academic year.
And many have expressed concerns about the long-term effects this could have on students.
Now, a new study sheds light, specifically, on COVID-19’s impact on student achievement in the metro Atlanta area.