The last year hasn’t been easy for anyone - and that certainly includes people charged with running public schools.
New research released Tuesday is giving school leaders across the country their first broad look at how students fared in distance learning over the last several months. The new analysis of test results show students are struggling, even as many Oregon students are continuing school from home this fall. That includes students in OPB’s Class of 2025, a group we’ve been following since 1st grade.
As COVID-19 cases rise and parents push for Oregon schools to reopen, some students caught in the middle are struggling more than others.
The first episode of the newest season of 'Class Of 2025' starts in spring 2020 - when COVID-19 shut down school buildings.
The music program in east Portland's David Douglas School District, where most of the students in OPB's Class of 2025 attend school, provides opportunities for students despite family income.
OPB's Class of 2025 finished second grade earlier this month. OPB caught up with many of the students during Field Day at Earl Boyles Elementary School, and did end-of-year photos of each of the 29 participating kids.