numeracy, quantitatively literacy, quantitative reasoning, COVID-19, learning proficiency, student support
Assessment data show substantial learning losses resulting from pandemic-era teaching and learning. While all learning domains have been affected, mathematics performance shows particularly large losses among elementary and secondary school students. Advocates for quantitative reasoning in high schools and colleges should anticipate weaker levels of basic numeracy among entering cohorts for a decade to come. As a consequence, the urgency to reform curricula and student support has never been greater.
Grawe, Nathan D.. "COVID-19: A Developing Crisis for Quantitative Reasoning." Numeracy 15, Iss. 1 (2022): Article 8. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5038/1936-46188.8.131.523
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