87 percent of Georgia teachers, who responded to a recent survey, say school shutdowns during the pandemic have had a negative effect on student learning.... Georgia educators identify problems with teaching during pandemic

87 percent of Georgia teachers, who responded to a recent survey, say school shutdowns during the pandemic have had a negative effect on student learning. The Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) surveyed more than 6,000 educators across the state. More than 75 percent of those surveyed reported higher social-emotional needs among their students, including increased depression, anxiety, and social isolation.

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