Early in the pandemic, we knew that COVID cases in children were mild and fatalities were very rare.
By December 2020, a large body of research showed that children represented two per cent or less of COVID.
Better organized and operated schools are likely better able to help students recover from temporary learning loss.
The Forgotten Demographic: Assessing the Possible Benefits and Serious Cost of COVID-19 School Closures on Canadian Children
There's a direct relationship between background knowledge about the topic of a book and one’s ability to understand it.
The province's Grade 4 students suffered learning losses due to pandemic disruptions.
Without systematic instruction in phonics, students are unlikely to become proficient readers.
Based on research, there’s no reason to assume that grade retention is always harmful.
In Ontario, the government has combined academic and applied math courses.
If you reduce class sizes, you must hire more teachers.