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As Kingman Unified School District in Mojave County, Arizona plans for the 2021- 2022 school year, they’re focused on moving students forward. “Next year, our focus is on what we can do to get kids back to the standards of what a typical fourth, fifth, or tenth grader can do,” said the district’s Federal Programs Director Shelley Oestmann. There’s a gap between the skills and knowledge students have now and what typical expectations may be. But there’s also another gap Kingman USD is working to close based on students’ level of participation throughout the previous year.