Colorado students made significant headway in overcoming academic setbacks due to pandemic-related hiccups in learning, but their progress still hasn’t set them fully back on track, according to state standardized test data published by the Colorado Department of Education on Wednesday.
Colorado Measures of Academic Success assessments are typically conducted each spring as a way to gauge how well students and schools are meeting state academic standards. The department made assessment results from spring 2022 public the same day that State Board of Education members were scheduled to review student performance and growth.
Last spring’s assessments marked a return to normalcy for Colorado schools as they administered them in the same way that tests were given in spring 2019. Exams…
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