Oregon Student Test Scores Plummet After Pandemic Learning Loss
After two years of disruption caused by the pandemic, student test scores fell by nearly 10 percent in math, English, and science, according to data released on Sept. 22 by the Oregon Department of Education.
The first large-scale assessment of Oregon students since 2019 shows that as few as one-third of students statewide are reaching key benchmarks as they return to in-person learning.
According to the data for the 2021-22 school year, fewer than 44 percent of Oregon students in Grades 3–8 were proficient in English language arts. That’s down from 53 percent in 2019.
About 30 percent were proficient in math and just 29.5 percent in science, compared with 39 percent and 37 percent, respectively, in 2019….
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