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Literature Review: Helping Each Learner in the Here and Now: Strategies for Addressing Unfinished Learning

This literature review serves as the contextual foundation for a broader examination of learner progress during COVID-19 closures. First, it paints a picture of the COVID-19 research landscape and describes the three major analytical “camps” or research viewpoints. Then, it summarizes key findings across studies before finally describing recommendations for addressing unfinished learning. This document ultimately serves two purposes: to provide an analysis of national data and to inform a study of unfinished learning in Lindsay Unified School District (LUSD).

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