School districts across the country are releasing their plans to reopen in the fall. Many districts are asking parent to decide between a hybrid model and all-virtual instruction administered by the district.
As COVID-19 cases rise across the country, resuming face-to-face instruction in the fall may be too risky. As a June poll by PSO revealed, 21 percent of parents don’t feel comfortable with their students returning to brick and mortar schools for instruction. At the same time, many districts simply do not have the technology resources, trained staff, or tailored learning strategies necessary to make the most of online learning.
Parents need educational options more than ever, and your state lawmakers need to hear from you.
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