Data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)show, math scores for U.S. fourth- and eighth-grade students fell sharply. This result is believed to be related to the push for distance learning during the pandemic. Distance learning allows students to study homework at home, and the home learning atmosphere requires students to have strong self-control and concentration, which may be too high for most primary and secondary school students. Average math scores for U.S. fourth-graders in 2022 are down 5 points from 2019, down from all years since 2005, NAEP says of all years.
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