• John Locke Update

    Test Scores Show Learning Loss Is Real

    posted September 9, 2021 by Dr. Terry Stoops
    Proficiency rates on most state English, math, and science tests plummeted in 2021. Cooper consistently failed to weigh the costs and benefits of imposing restrictions on in-person learning in 2020. The broad educational, psychological, social, and economic effects of pandemic-era education policies will take years to understand fully.
  • John Locke Update

    Reversing learning loss: what we know

    posted March 3, 2021 by Dr. Robert Luebke
    Learning loss is a real problem without a simple, one-size-fits-all solution. For addressing a student's learning deficit, research increasingly favors tutors because they have different skill sets than teachers. Education Savings Accounts are another way to tailor solutions to a struggling student's individual needs.
  • John Locke Update

    How Education Saving Accounts can help solve learning loss

    posted February 18, 2021 by Dr. Robert Luebke
    Learning loss from pandemic-driven loss of in-person instruction in public schools is a serious problem, and its impacts vary by race, income, and geography. Education Savings Accounts offer an alternative that may be better for many families because they give parents the ability to address their children's specific educational needs.

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