Learning losses associated with the coronavirus pandemic could cost school districts about $2,500 annually per student over the next five years to overcome, according to a study by the nonprofit Education Resource Strategies. The figure accounts for "high-dosage" tutoring and additional school staff devoted to social and emotional learning.
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