ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) – Rochester Public Schools (RPS) students have completed their two weeks of remote learning. On the neighborhood websitean alert appears saying: “Reminder: In-person instruction resumes Monday, January 31.” RPS REMINDER(KTTC) The district opted for distance learning because 50% of school buildings were suffering from staffing shortages, dueRead More →

The following is a guest contribution and reflects the views of the author only. For more information on how to submit an article to the Opinion section, click here. At a Jan. 5 town hall, university administrators said undergraduate students, including immunocompromised students, would not be able to attend classesRead More →

School districts in Fayetteville, Siloam Springs, Elkins and Lincoln are moving to all online learning Thursday and Friday, the districts announced Wednesday. Each of the districts plans to return to in-person learning on Tuesday following Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s National Day on Monday. Thursday and Friday will be consideredRead More →

The return to school after the holidays has changed for pupils in the Waterford School District, which resumed virtual learning on Tuesday. The district announced the transition Monday afternoon, citing “an anticipated staffing shortage.” Online distance learning will last from Tuesday to Friday, January 14. “Classes are scheduled to resumeRead More →

An Ottawa psychotherapist recommends that parents and students focus on daily rituals and routines as the school moves online for the first two weeks after winter break. And Natasha McBrearty of Crossroads Children’s Mental Health Center said children will respond in different ways to online schooling and school closings thisRead More →

THUNDER BAY – LIVE – Lakehead Public Schools will begin offering virtual learning for elementary and secondary schools on Thursday, January 6, 2022. Lakehead Public Schools will begin offering virtual learning for elementary and secondary schools on Thursday, January 6, 2022. Elementary and secondary: Students will participate in a virtualRead More →

The Ontario government has released several new COVID-19 public health measures that include bringing schools, closures and capacity limits for businesses online as the province struggles to contain the spread of Omicron. Students and staff will not be returning to in-person learning this week. Schools will switch to distance learningRead More →

Madison School District students at all levels will begin the new semester with online learning late next week — adding three days to winter vacation — amid record levels of COVID-19 cases in the Dane County, the district announced Thursday. Key takeaways from the 2021-22 Madison School District Draft BudgetRead More →

MEMORANDUM To: Dalhousie students, faculty and staff From: Frank Harvey, President and Vice-President Academic Date: Thursday, December 23, 2021 Re: COVID Update: Extension of e-learning until January 28, extension of residence closure, test changes and more We continue to see a higher number of COVID cases in Nova Scotia requiringRead More →

Some Ontario college students who have enrolled in programs because of the ease of distance learning, set up to continue their education amid COVID-19 lockdowns, are now being told they must return to in-person learning – leaving them to scramble, including finding a place near campus or daycare. This isRead More →

The Covid-19 pandemic has forced students around the world to be confined to their homes as study models shifted to online mode. The prolonged isolation from peer groups as well as the in-person learning experience has resulted in a number of mental health issues among young people around the world.Read More →

Alex Guel, a second grader at Discovery Elementary School, is working on her home class assignment. Her mother, Aurora Guel, is leading efforts to reopen schools in the San Marcos Unified School District. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz Lea este artículo en español aqui. The pandemic has forced teachers andRead More →

Various industries have found that they can move efficiently online, making it a genuine place to work. Telehealth has become the default option for seeing your GP, while the first place to find a service or product is an online search engine. Professionals need to translate their skills into anyRead More →

In March 2020, students across the country were forced to switch to distance learning due to the coronavirus pandemic. As the pandemic persisted, millions of students continued to learn remotely during the 2020-2021 school year. Throughout this transition, surveys have suggested strong negative feelings about online learning among students. AccordingRead More →