Navigating Learning Loss and Changing Demographics in Education


WICHE has released new analysis about the effect of pandemic-related K-12 learning loss on projections of high school graduates and suggests ways that postsecondary institutions can respond to support students.

This new brief coincides with the release of the Improving Student Achievement Agenda for 2024 calling on schools, districts,  education stakeholders, and the broader community, to leverage strategies to reduce chronic absenteeism, increase tutoring, and expand learning programs to accelerate academic recovery in K-12 education. At the same time, the U.S. Department of Education extended flexibility for states to continue to use American Rescue Plan dollars in the 2024-2025 school year on academic support and again called on colleges and universities to use at least 15% of their federal work-study funds for college students employed in student support roles as begun through the National Partnership for Student Success.

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  • Year Published : 2024
  • Month Published : February
  • Media Type : pdf
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