Sustaining Learning Loss Recovery

The federal government has been granting states and districts millions of dollars for the expressed purpose of recovering any learning loss that may have occurred during COVID-19 school closures, particularly through the Elementary and Secondary Emergency School Relief Fund II (ESSER II Fund).


Experience from prior school closures suggests districts need to develop a long-term strategy to address lost learning beyond the current school year. For instance, research on learning loss after Hurricane Katrina found it took two years for students to recover academic achievement.  Hanover Research has prepared the following report to provide instructional leaders with research-based tools and resources to build their capacity to support learning loss recovery over the long term.

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