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Education Leaders Cite Student Engagement Among Their Top Concerns for This Academic Year

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According to a recent survey commissioned by Edmentum, a global education leader in K-12 learning technology solutions, and conducted by Hanover Research, a leading provider of analytics and insights to education leaders, the top three issues facing district administrators and building leaders heading into the new academic year include student socialization (50%), student engagement (47%) and adaptation to the classroom environment (37%). 

Results from the first Edmentum Educator Pulse Survey indicate these challenges are relatively new since the pandemic, with more than half of education leaders indicating these issues have gotten worse.

When asked which challenges have…

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