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Old 11-10-2020, 09:57 AM
 
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I would agree and #3 is really the one that schools can't do a blessed thing about. Students who come from families that value education and can provide some stability will do just fine with remote learning in most cases. Students whose families bash schools and educators, students whose parents don't make any attempt to manage their behavior at home, will fail with remote learning, just as they often do when they're in-person.

My grandson actually really likes remote learning because, for the first time since he's been in school, ill-behaved students aren't allowed to waste his time and keep him from learning. He's in sixth grade.

And just wait until you get them back in-person after remote learning. All the problems you had before will be enormously magnified.
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