After the pandemic disrupted their high school educations, students are arriving at college unprepared

From The Hechinger Report: “After two years of cobbled-together pandemic learning, many college students not only are less prepared than they should be, they’ve forgotten how to be students. … Even so, educators and experts worry that students from historically underserved backgrounds — often low-income students and students of color — could be disadvantaged even further by the disruptions. Economic fallout from the pandemic hit low-income Americans, people of color and people without college degrees the hardest, so students from families in these groups are more likely to come to college having faced greater challenges over the past two years than their peers.”

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