The Education Lost to the Pandemic

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By The New York Times

The Education Lost to the Pandemic

Wednesday, 1 September

The closure of schools because of the pandemic and the advent of widespread virtual learning has impacted students of all ages — but particularly the youngest children.

Research suggests that the learning missed during this period could have lasting impacts.

What is the educational cost of pandemic learning and how are schools trying to get children back to class amid the Delta variant?

Guest: Dana Goldstein, a national education correspondent for The New York Times. 

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Background reading: 

What was supposed to be a new, relatively normal year has become a politicized, bewildering experience for many parents, students and educators.

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