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We asked San Diego families and teachers to tell us about their experience with distance learning. Here’s what they said.
The 2019-2020 school year didn’t quite end as expected.
Schools were forced to move classes online as the coronavirus suddenly upended life as we know it. Since California issued a stay-at-home order in March, families in San Diego have been trying to navigate the world of distance learning while simultaneously keeping up with their other responsibilities. While it’s not clear when schools will reopen, families and educators are still struggling with the new reality.
We asked some of them to share their experience with us. Here’s what they told us.