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    Mayor de Blasio’s experiment with virtual learning during the COVID-19 pandemic scored some poor grades from Democratic voters in a poll commissioned by The Post. A broad plurality of respondents — 44.8 percent — said their family’s experiences left them “not satisfied,” while just 15.8 percent said they were “extremely satisfied,” according to the survey conducted by McLaughlin & Associates. Only...
    VIDEO7:1807:18From gap semesters to a gap year: college students during the pandemicCollege Voices The Covid-19 pandemic was incredibly challenging for college students and when schools shut down and went to remote classes, many students chose to take time off — a gap year or even a gap semester — instead. Postsecondary enrollments dropped 2.5% in the fall of 2020, nearly...
    In a united display of support for in-person learning, health officers from across the Bay Area gathered Thursday in San Francisco to call for schools to fully reopen this fall. Speaking on the steps of Everett Middle School in San Francisco, 10 health officials said the risk of COVID-19 transmission among masked children is low and the switch to virtual...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Remote learning is here to stay for Denver Public Schools, and the deadline to select students’ learning method for the 2021-2022 school year is inching closer. DPS officials are asking families to decide by Friday. “We’ve had a lot of time to work on our remote learning approach, get feedback from educators from parents and families in...
    Poor eyesight in kids was already becoming more common before the pandemic, but COVID-19 made things worse, eye doctors say. Increased screen time combined with less playing outside is the perfect combination to ramp up cases of myopia, or nearsightedness. In one study, researchers in China found that the rate of nearsightedness became three times higher in 2020 for kids...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — In another step toward recovery, New York City’s public schools will return to 100% in-person learning in the fall. There won’t be a remote learning option available and, as CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reported Monday, that has some parents and teachers concerned. READ MORE: NYPD: Suspect At Large After Shoving Asian Man Onto Subway Tracks In Queens...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — This social experiment of entire school districts doing school remotely was born out of necessity, but the children and families are the ones dealing with the repercussions. KDKA surveyed families across our region to see how they handled the many changes in this school year, and the results are revealing. READ MORE: Pittsburgh Strip Club Files Lawsuit...
    With COVID numbers continuing to trend in the right direction, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that he expects schools to be fully reopened for in-person learning come September. “Based on the current trajectory,” Cuomo said that there is “no reason” New York cannot reopen schools statewide for the next school year. “We have to get back to school,” he said. “I...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York City public schools will return to all in-person learning in September, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday. Students will not have an option to learn remotely, CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reported. READ MORE: New York Giving Out Free Scratch Tickets With COVID Shots At Certain Sites “COVID is plummeting in this city, I’m happy to...
    The Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest school district in the country, plans to fully reopen for in-person learning in the fall.Superintendent Austin Beutner made the announcement during a briefing Monday morning in which he outlined what the upcoming school year will look like."While we are looking forward to welcoming all students back to schools in August, for...
    (CNN)New York City schools will fully return to in-person learning in September with no remote option, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday on MSNBC.De Blasio said that the increase in vaccinations, decrease in cases and layering of health measures will make the move possible. New York City has the biggest school district in the nation, with 1.1 million students in...
    Going “back to school” will have an added meaning as New York City students start school again this fall. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Monday that starting in September, students will start going back to the classroom full-time, with no option to continue remote learning after more than a year since most schools went virtual. COLORADO...
    NEW YORK -- New York City schools will be all in person this fall with no remote options, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday."We can't have a full recovery without full-strength schools, everyone back, sitting in those classrooms, kids learning again," de Blasio said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."The roughly 1 million students who attend traditional public schools will be in...
    New York City’s massive public school system will be in-person only when students return in September for the next academic year, bringing an end to remote learning, Mayor Bill De Blasio announced Monday.   The development comes as more than 60% of the Big Apple’s nearly 1 million public school students remain out of classrooms as they are learning from home full-time, according to Chalkbeat New...
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    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Illinois State Board of Education on Wednesday unanimously approved a resolution supporting a requirement for in-person classes starting next fall, with limited exceptions allowing remote or hybrid learning. Board spokeswoman Jackie Matthews said the resolution itself does not change state policy regarding in-person or remote learning. She said State Superintendent Carmen Ayala is expected to issue...
    FREMONT (CBS SF) — A group of parents frustrated over closed schools in Fremont have officially filed a lawsuit against the city’s school district. The suit was filed in hopes that it will force Fremont Unified School District leaders to reopen classrooms for in-person instruction before school is out, even if just for a few weeks. READ MORE: Man, Teenage...
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    With parts of the Southeastern U.S. still recovering from a pipeline hack that resulted in fuel shortages, a North Carolina school district is reverting to remote learning on Friday due to concerns staff and students don’t have enough gas to get to class. "Due to the impact of the gas shortage on staffing availability and student transportation, Friday, May 14...
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    RICHMOND (CBS SF/BCN) — Students getting in-person instruction at a Richmond elementary school have returned to distance learning for the rest of the week after van with a disturbing message was found parked across the street, according to West Contra Costa Unified School District officials. An abandoned and graffiti-covered van with “School Shooting May 26” spray-painted on the side...
    (CNN)The joy of snow days is no more for New York City public school students.Instead of building snowmen and finding little hills to sled down, students in grades K-12 will be expected to log onto their digital devices for classes -- a change attributed to the success of remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic.The New York City public school system,...
    DENVER (CBS4)– Denver Public Schools will not require students to get a COVID-19 vaccine, however, the district is planning for students to return to full-time in-person learning this fall. For the 2020-2021 school year, most DPS students spend some of the year on a remote learning plan. (credit: CBS) “This is completely predicated on how quickly our community gets...
    Fox News contributor and "The Federalist" publisher Ben Domenech joined "America Reports" Wednesday to rip the CDC for using stakeholder-suggested wording in school reopening guidance, arguing the decision to halt in-person learning at schools has created long-term mental and emotional damage for students. BEN DOMENECH: You know who the biggest stakeholders are in this decision? It's the kids… who were...
    CHICAGO -- Before schools shuttered during the pandemic, Ayaana Johnson worried every time she dropped her daughters off at school.Johnson, a Black woman, says racism is rampant in her predominantly white Georgia town. At her daughters' school, a student once used racial slurs and told another child he doesn't play with "brown people." She says teachers are quick to punish...
    New York City students will no longer get to enjoy snow days after officials said schools will shift to remote learning when winter weather strikes.   From September, students will be expected to login in for class from home if snow and ice forces schools to close.  Remote learning is being carried over into the 2021-2022 academic calendar after it was...
    Some black parents are expressing a preference for remote learning as a means to better “shield their children from racism in classrooms,” an Associated Press (AP) report published Tuesday stated. One parent, Ayaana Johnson, said racism has been a significant problem in her mostly white town in Georgia, according to the report. Johnson reportedly said some of the white children...
    New York City students will not get "snow days" off during the next academic year. Instead of canceling instruction, schools will continue classes via remote learning methods, the city's Department of Education said in an announcement accompanying the calendar showing other changes for the 2021-2022 academic year. "On 'Snow days' or days when school buildings are closed due...
    'Now that they're home, we feel safer,' one parent said. Before schools shuttered during the pandemic, Ayana Johnson worried every time she dropped her daughters off at school. Johnson, a Black woman, says racism is rampant in her predominantly white Georgia town. At her daughters' school, a student once used...
    The New York City Department of Education (DOE) is nixing “snow days” in public schools going forward, instead opting for remote learning on days when school buildings are closed because of bad weather. The department announced the change in its 2021-2022 school calendar, which was released on Tuesday. The 2021-2022 School Calendar is out!⁰Some big dates:⁰First Day of School: Sept...
    Loading the player... Before schools shuttered during the pandemic, Ayaana Johnson worried every time she dropped her daughters off at school. Johnson, a Black woman, says racism is rampant in her predominantly white Georgia town. At her daughters’ school, a student once used racial slurs and told another child he doesn’t play with “brown people.” She says teachers are...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York City Schools released their school calendar for the next school year and there are some pandemic practices from this past year.The most notable change is that there will be no more snow days. "The DOE will shift all students to remote instruction in lieu of canceling schools due to severe weather conditions," the Department...
    A new survey highlights the adverse effects that remote learning had on many children in the past year that has been the coronavirus pandemic.  A survey of more than 32,000 caregivers of youth in Chicago Public Schools found that nearly a quarter of children were described by their caregivers as "stressed, anxious, angry or agitated" when the deadly disease shuttered...
    Americans kids' mental health suffered during pandemic 'Zoom school,' with a quarter of children becoming stressed, anxious and angry, a survey of caregivers in Chicago found.  A third of children and teens were lonely, and only a third of students had 'positive' peer relationships while confined to interacting with them through screens, caregivers said in the Children's Hospital of Chicago...
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    A middle school in Northampton County will move to remote instruction for Tuesday and Wednesday after seven positive COVID-19 cases were reported in a rolling 14-day period, school officials said. Easton Area Middle School students will participate in fully remote learning April 27 and 28 and will return for in-person learning on April 29, Superintendent, David F. Piperato said in...
    A middle school in Delaware County will move to remote instruction for the remainder of the week after 18 positive cases were reported in less than two weeks, school officials announced Tuesday. Garnet Valley Middle School will pivot to virtual learning starting April 27 to April 30 and will return for in-person learning on May 3, Superintendent, Dr. Marc Bertrand...
    JERSEY CITY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Jersey City public schools have scrapped plans to stay all-remote until fall. The school district was supposed to go to a hybrid learning schedule April 26, but earlier this week, public school officials told parents they didn’t have enough staff to open and students would continue remote learning until September. READ MORE: New Rochelle High...
    Teachers unions have successfully shut down in-person schooling for an entire year in some places, and now there’s a growing movement to make it permanent for some students and educators.
    LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — A Las Cruces high school returned to remote learning on Friday as the school district in New Mexico’s second most populous city investigates a recent off-campus “secret prom” that officials said violated state mandates intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus. A complaint submitted to the governor’s office said hundreds of Mayfield High School...
    Roughly 51,000 Big Apple kids switched from remote to blended learning during a Department of Education opt-in period this month, according to the agency. That brings the total number of city students participating in classroom activity to 365,000, according to the DOE. There are roughly 960,000 kids in the system and the vast majority will remain on a remote-only...
    A California high school teacher was caught berating her students because she was reportedly upset some parents were pushing for in-person schooling. In the video, which has been shared online, San Marcos High School teacher Alissa Piro raises her voice and expresses her frustration about parents who are advocating for students to go back to classrooms, saying she doesn't...
    A California teacher has been recorded on a Zoom call saying that she dares parents to call her if they have a problem with the way she's teaching by distance learning - and telling one student there's no need for a 'white student union' because whites already 'get everything.'    Alissa Piro, a teacher at San Marcos High School, was captured ranting...
    The Department of Education isn’t tracking how many remote learners are living out of town — and one city official wants answers. Arguing that they shouldn’t occupy spots in DOE schools, Queens City Councilman Robert Holden asked City Hall for an accounting of the issue this week. Holden said the practice is “more prevalent” than is generally acknowledged in a...