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If even half of these kids fail by this year that loss will be permanent.
As Wayiwalk mentioned though, many young people were already effectively retarded before the corona scam. I for one look forward to more of these under 85 IQ members of society succumbing to the deathjuice.
Do you like traveling across bridges?
L.A. Unified test scores released Friday showed the harsh reality of the pandemics effects on learning across all grade levels, with about 72% of students not meeting state standards in math and about 58% not meeting standards in English, deep setbacks for a majority of Los Angeles schoolchildren who were already far behind.
The scores show that about five years of gradual academic progress in the nations second-largest school district have been reversed, L.A. schools Supt. Alberto Carvalho said Friday.
The pandemic deeply impacted the performance of our students, said Carvalho, who spoke at a news conference at Aragon Avenue Elementary School in Cypress Park. Particularly kids who were at risk, in a fragile condition, prior to the pandemic, as we expected, were the ones who have lost the most ground.
Carvalho said he wants to make up two years of lost ground this year and make up five years of reverses over the next two years.
The results of the states 2022 Smarter Balanced assessments in L.A. Unified reflect a five-point increase in the percentage of students who dont meet math standards and a two-percentage-point increase for English language arts, when compared with the 2018-19 pre-pandemic academic year.
The declines are significant in a district where, before the pandemic, most students were not meeting state standards in English or math, with scores several percentage points below overall state scores and large achievement gaps between student groups.
The results showed declines across almost all grade levels and many student groups.
Between 10,000 and 20,000 students are missing from Los Angeles Unified as the first day of school nears. The district is navigating the issue as it also grapples with declining enrollment made worse by the pandemic. LAUSD expects enrollment to decline by another 28% by 2030.
Officials are working on connecting with those students to bring them back to the classroom. Most are among the early grade levels, according to Superintendent Alberto Carvalho.
We have new strategies to bring kids back into our school system, he said at a news conference Friday. Those include new innovative programs, new technologies, better transportation, reduced class sizes. We are making a strong case appealing to parents across LAUSD.
Thanks for pointing this out. I remember my mom reading to me nightly as a child. I literally begged her to re-read the same story to me each night, I loved it so. One night she put her foot down and refused. She said, "Either we begin a new story or I leave right now and turn out the light!"
Needless to say, the "new story" became my new favorite, rinse, repeat, lol!
My dad listened to classical music in his bedroom nightly. My sister and I would do pirouettes to the likes of Swan Lake, etc.
Dads and moms are the MOST important teachers a child will ever have.
Do you like traveling across bridges? How about the ph balance of the water coming from your tap? Do you enjoy flushing toilets? Well, you can kiss that sh*t goodbye-again, no pun intended. In between making white males feel ashamed for liking physics, chemistry, and biology, and promoting retards into management positions over them, the future indeed does look very bleak.
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