Judge Jeanine Reveals How Lockdowns Have Crippled Child Learning, Sounds Alarm

(NewsGlobal.com)- iOTWreport posts one of Judge Jeanine’s most heartbreaking reports in her career just broke.

Jeanine showed that following COVID-19 lockdowns, children perform poorly on tests throughout America.

Conservatives attempted to warn that lockdowns would harm children. Now it appears that we were correct the entire time.

Judge Jeanine Pirro, a co-host on Fox News, criticized Randi Weingarten, the head of the second-largest teachers union, for pushing for the closure of COVID schools as public school students struggle academically.

Pirro says this reveals that the unions desired the closure of the schools, and the parents rebelled and wanted them opened. Virginia voters chose a particular governor because they wished their schools were open.

The left and the unions backed the teachers, who wanted to close the schools. There can therefore be no disagreement. No matter how hard Randi Weingarten and the Biden administration try to re-write the past, our children have endured great suffering at their hands.

COVID destroyed our health, but the more enormous ramifications are still emerging.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the average reading score declined five points on a 500-point scale in 2022 compared to 2020.

The average math score decreased by seven points, the first-ever drop in the subject.

The examinations were given to 7,400 9-year-olds compared to those from early 2020 before the pandemic disrupted learning. The NCES conducted long-term trend analyses after two years to analyze COVID’s impact.

The report measures pupils’ growth at the 10th, 25th, 50th, 75th, and 90th percentiles. All five percentiles of reading and math scores declined in 2022.

Lower-performing pupils showed more significant decline rates than others, implying those already struggling with the topics did worse. In arithmetic, the 10th percentile dropped by 12 points, and in reading, 10 points. In math and reading, 90th percentile students dropped three points from 2020 to 2022.

The NCES revealed that Black pupils’ math scores dropped 13 points compared to white students’ five-point drop. The white-Black scoring margin grew to 33 points. 2020: 25-point gap.

Some kids at or above the 75th percentile had greater access to a computer or laptop “always,” a quiet space to work “sometimes,” and a teacher ready to help “every day or almost every day” than weaker performers below the 25th percentile.

Math scores have risen from the early 1970s, whereas reading scores rose until the 1990s. Both subjects improved from the late ’90s to the 2000s before this pandemic-related decrease.