Report by Jim Allen, Frank Cörvers, Chayenne Smeets
Analyses based on NCO data show that primary school pupils still have lower learning growth than usual after one and a half years of COVID-19 crisis.
Paper written by Kim van Broekhoven (RU), Barbara Belfi (ROA), Lex Borghans (UM) & Philipp Seegers (UM) and published in Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts
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