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Many families in neighborhoods with high Covid-19 death rates don't want a return to in-person learning, according to an L.A. Unified survey.
Many teachers agree that distance learning forced them to focus on what's important and to listen closely to the views of students.
Some districts will pivot quickly and return to full in-person instruction now; others say they can now start planning for the fall.
Across the country, 32% of 4th-grade students have been offered hybrid instruction and 47% have been offered fully in-person instruction.
After being apart from each other for so long, children may need to be retrained on how to socialize before they can be ready to learn.
When the pandemic hit, many students who recently immigrated to the U.S. were not attending online classes regularly.
Ongoing spate of hate crimes aimed against Asians leaves college student fearful for her safety and constantly worried about parents, grandparents.
The change could allow more students back to school for in-person instruction at the same time, reducing the need for hybrid instruction.
My daughter seemed to understand that the situation could always be worse, a mindset ingrained in the children and grandchildren of immigrants.
Teachers across California spent much of the last year adjusting to an entirely new education landscape of uncertainty, frustration and joy for the students who thrived.
Thurmond felt pressured by county school superintendents to decree all campuses be closed after Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency.
Campus leaders across California are asking students to help lower the risk of spreading Covid-19 by staying local during spring break.
Groups opposing local assessments argue that the results will not be easily or accurately compared on a statewide level.
Distance learning and focusing on mental health -- the changes higher education made during the pandemic are here to stay.
Schools and colleges are preparing for a rush of student mental health needs as campuses reopen for in-person instruction.