Swedish Researchers: Reading Skills of Primary School Students Didn’t Deteriorate — May Have Slightly Improved — During Coronavirus Pandemic

Sweden’s decision to keep primary schools open may be the reason behind the reassuring data.

While many students across the United States have suffered catastrophic learning loss during the coronavirus pandemic, new research from Sweden — a country that controversially never closed its primary or lower secondary schools — suggests young…

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