(Portland, OR) -- Oregon students appear to still be suffering the effects of pandemic learning loss. The Oregon Department of Education has released the results from their statewide assessment survey, and the scores are still significantly lower than pre-pandemic scores. Just over 30-percent of students reached the proficiency mark in math, compared to more than 39-percent during the 2018-to-2019 school year. In English, just 43-percent of students reached proficiency, down from 53-point-four-percent. And in science, just over 29-percent reached proficiency, down from 36-point-nine-percent.