Parents report little contact with teachers and less student learning, but also broad satisfaction; charter and private schools provide more opportunities for student-teacher interaction
Forum: Some see heroic efforts, others, a miserable failure.
Courts and Law
"Bigoted code language" and the claim that "popery is the natural enemy of general education."
States start making decisions on “priority populations,” ages for mask-wearing
“A complete and utter joke,” a parent complains, as teachers get full salaries and students get a few hours a week at most of live instruction.
Only 20 percent of schools meet standards for “rigorous” remote-learning instruction