Oklahoma’s Test Data Shows Pandemic’s Effect

Oklahoma Watch — Data on how students are faring academically following the pandemic’s unprecedented disruption to their education are rolling in, and the numbers show considerable setbacks. First, the state Department of Education released its state test data from this spring. Compared to 2019, pre-pandemic, fewer students scored proficient or better. Those rates were down 7% in math and English language arts and 4% in science. But, compared to 2021, students demonstrated improvement in nearly every grade and subject area. My story has more details and tables for each grade level. Average ACT scores for the Class of 2022 were…

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