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Online learning gets failing grades from teachers across the globe

We asked over 2,500 teachers to rank the effectiveness of remote learning on a scale of one to ten—with one being least effective—and the average score was 4.8. Compared to their peers, teachers in Japan and the US rated online learning as much less effective than in-person instruction.

As classes went online, teachers saw the effectiveness of instruction decline.
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To read the article, see “Teacher survey: Learning loss is global—and significant,” March 1, 2021