Friday, February 23, 2024 |
FOLLOW US:

Standardized School Tests Show the Pandemic’s Impact on Maryland Students

March 23, 2022

Scores on standardized academic proficiency tests taken during the COVID-19 pandemic have dramatically fallen since Maryland students were last tested in spring 2019. Only 15% of the state’s public school students in grades 3 through 8 and high school achieved scores showing competency in math and 31% passed English on the Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program this fall, according to a presentation that Maryland State Department of Education officials made to the Maryland State Board of Education on Tuesday.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

The Morning Rundown

We’re staying up to the minute on the issues shaping the future. Join us on the newsletter of choice for Maryland politicos and business leaders. It’s always free to join and never a hassle to leave. See you on the inside.