Coronavirus (COVID-19) has disrupted learning for millions of students as schools face unprecedented closures. The education research community can draw on other circumstances where there are gaps in learning schedules, namely summer, to forecast how additional lost learning time from COVID-19 might negatively affect students. State departments of education are evaluating different research-based means to support continuous learning that also mitigates increased gaps in knowledge.
This paper explores the research associated with learning slides and the proven results of Edmentum Exact Path, a program focused on providing personalized instruction to meet each learner's needs. Details on effective implementation models and support are also referenced.