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HERMISTON — A recent education assessment reported the Hermiston School District lost nearly two years of math learning due to the coronavirus pandemic. But Superintendent Tricia Mooney disputed the findings.

The Education Recovery Scorecard in March released its first assessment of comparable district-level learning loss. The scorecard, a collaborative research effort between Stanford and Harvard universities, found Oregon had lost 0.8 years in mathematics learning among student populations receiving free or reduced-cost lunches. But Hermiston was among school districts that lost more.

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