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Ohio: Data Show Black Students Have Lost Half-Year of Learning

Black students in Ohio had larger score drops in early state tests this fall than white and other students, an Ohio State University study found. But students that could attend school in-person, like shown here at the East Academy charter school in Cleveland, did better than those who took classes only online. (Patrick O’Donnell)

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