Catch Up and Move Forward: A discussion of findings from Zearn’s new study on learning acceleration

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Join us to explore the new national research study that finds promising evidence that learning acceleration works at scale. We’ll dig into the analysis of learning outcomes over the last two years of pandemic learning, across 600,000 students and over 5 million instructional decisions. This new research found that when a struggling student engaged in grade-level learning and received just-in-time, coherent support (i.e. learning acceleration), they struggled less and completed more grade-level lessons than when they engaged in below grade-level skill building (i.e. remediation).