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US, Alabama academic recovery from pandemic too slow, must accelerate, report says

Robin Lake is quoted and CRPE’s State of the American Student report is cited in Alabama.com’s article on academic recovery.

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The Oregonian quotes Christine Pitts in their article about the effects of tutoring on students in Oregon. 
USA Today quotes Robin Lake in their recent article on lost progress in US students. 
Forbes references CRPE’s “Back to School, but not Caught Up” report in their latest article. 
EdSurge references CRPE’s “Back to School, but Not Caught Up” report in their article about district responses to learning loss.  
Education Week references CRPE’s pandemic tracking data in their article about virtual learning. 
K-12 Dive references CRPE’s “Back to School, but Not Caught Up” report in their article about learning recovery. 
District Administration references CRPE’s “Back to School, but Not Caught Up” report in their article about academic acceleration.
The Hill references CRPE’s Oct. 26 event in their article about divisive politics in schools. 
The Portland Press Herald references a statistic from CRPE’s State of the American Student report in their article about Maine home-school growth. 
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