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Boston Public added to all-remote list

Because of a rise in Covid-19 cases around Boston, the 54,000-student district is switching back to an all-remote learning plan.

Some Chicago-area schools re-close

Back-and-forth between e-learning and in-person instruction is caused by the unpredictable nature of the Covid-19 virus.

Atlanta closes to in-person through year’s end

Public schools in Atlanta will continue e-learning through at least the end of December, due to a rise in Covid-19 cases in the community.

An everlasting in-person / e-learning debate

Students will do whatever school administrators tell them to do with regard to e-learning, but all approaches have risks that require balance.

Outbreak at a Utah school with in-person learning

The worst fear of many teachers and parents is that resuming in-person learning will lead to a Covid-19 outbreak among students and staff.

Parents, teachers stressed with e-learning

The stresses of e-learning extend from teachers to parents, not to mention the loss of learning and other kid-based risks.

E-learning fails our students & teachers

Some Md. students, teachers, & parents are exasperated with e-learning and are throwing in the towel. When will this bad experiment end?

Chicago students petition for e-learning changes

Studies about e-learning's poor quality of "learning" are on the books. Now students are starting to make their voices heard.

3 IL districts will pilot e-learning for snow days

3 suburban districts in IL have a plan for snow days so they don't have to adjust the school calendar if it snows too much: e-learning days.