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Master of Science in Mathematical Sciences
COVID-19 caught the world by surprise in the fall of 2019. By spring of 2020, most (if not all) schools were in a virtual setting. It was a major and quick (almost overnight) change with little to no plan of action. This paper aims to analyze the impact of the COIVD-19 virus on students' performance of their mathematics state test. Students’ pre-COVID (spring of 2019) mathematics state test scores were compared to their post-COVID (spring of 2021) mathematics state test scores. When analyzing potential predictors, gender wasn’t found to play a significant role in students’ test scores, but socioeconomic status did. Unsurprisingly, COVID-19 negatively impacted students’ mathematics state test scores.
Grooms, Sierra, "Assessing The Impact of COVID-19 on Students Mathematical State Test Scores at a Southern Ohio School" (2022). Master of Science in Mathematics. 41.