Baltimore-area students are showing signs of returning to pre-pandemic levels of proficiency in English language arts but continued to have setbacks in mathematics, according to newly released scores from a spring 2022 standardized assessment of Maryland public school students. The Maryland State Department of Education in December released a statewide snapshot of public-school students’ overall scores on the Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program assessment. This standardized test, which the state administered for the first time in spring 2022, hinted at resilience amid the coronavirus pandemic in English language arts — but also produced ominous scores in math.
Here’s how Baltimore-area students scored on Maryland’s standardized testing in English and math
January 25, 2023