LEUSD gives update on plans for student learning loss

Lake Elsinore Unified School District officials shared updated information at the district’s Feb. 11 school board meeting on their plans to cope with pandemic-related student learning loss.Administrators have now shared information on the topic at multiple board meetings, with Kip Meyer, assistant superintendent of student and instructional support services in January telling the board that the learning loss students are facing is defined as “students’ regression of their skills or … a student’s current performance not being at the same level or same rate as they would have been had they been in school for the last 10 months.”At the meeting, Alain Guevara, assistant superintendent of administrative and instructional technology support services, presented board members a
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