An education nonprofit leader details three ways to approach and address pandemic-driven gaps in learning — and why the language used matters. Published Aug. 11, 2022, - K-12 Dive By Ronald Chaluisán Batlle


After educators and researchers presented post-pandemic testing data that showed a decline in student performance levels, journalists and elected officials popularized the term “learning loss.” Educators then introduced “unfinished learning,” replacing the term used to describe the most significant issue facing American education today. No matter what you call it, it’s time to rethink this idea. READ MORE