Testing: Cleveland’s Poorest Kids Avoided ‘COVID Slide’ on Tests

A Cleveland school district student works on his lessons this fall at one of about 50 learning centers set up across the city while schools are closed and classes are remote only. Cleveland students scored better than expected on key diagnostic tests this fall by NWEA. (Patrick O’Donnell)
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