THOUSANDS OF METRO ATLANTA STUDENTS MAY NOW BE OFF-TRACK FOR GRADE-LEVEL PROFICIENCY AS A RESULT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC redefinED atlanta and Learn4Life Release Report that Estimates the Impact of COVID-19 School Closures on Metro Atlanta Student Achievement and Outlines Solutions to Address Decline ATLANTA – (June 16, 2020) – redefinED atlanta and Learn4Life (L4L) today announced the release of a new study, “Quantifying the Impact of School…
redefinED atlanta PROVIDED A $100,000 GRANT FOR ATLANTA PUBLIC SCHOOLS FAMILIES FACING FINANCIAL STRAINS DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – Hundreds of Atlanta Families Benefited Through the “For Us By Us Atlanta Fund” – ATLANTA – (June 26, 2020) – redefinED atlanta, a nonprofit dedicated to ensuring that every student in Atlanta has the opportunity…
A study released by two organizations states about 21,000 less students in English language arts and about 29,000 fewer in math are on track for grade-level proficiency than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, when schools shifted to online classes.
Equitable public education is not only the fair and just thing for society, it’s also crucial to any city’s development. Progress in Atlanta, however, has been painfully slow.
Metro Atlanta CEO coverage of the Quantifying the Impact of COVID-19 School Closures on Metro Atlanta Student Proficiency report commissioned by redefinED and Learn4Life Metro Atlanta.
Metro Atlanta public school students lost about nine weeks of in-person instruction when schools switched to virtual learning in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. That likely caused thousands of Atlanta public school students to fall behind, according to a new analysis commissioned by non-profits Learn4Life and redefinEd atlanta.
An opinion piece from Kyle Wingfield, president and CEO of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, citing the Quantifying the Impact of COVID-19 School Closures on Metro Atlanta Student Proficiency report commissioned by redefinED and Learn4Life Metro Atlanta.
Projected decline in Metro Atlanta student achievement due to COVID-19
Thousands of metro Atlanta students have fallen behind in math and English after the coronavirus forced schools to move to remote learning, a new study found.
redefinED atlanta Executive Director, Ed Chang, issued the following statement in response to the Atlanta Public Schools Board meeting March 4, 2019.