D.C. schools stayed open amid surges. Many students stayed home.
Dec 22, 1:00 AM
For D.C. students who chose to attend classes Tuesday, hallways usually filled with their peers seemed noticeably emptier. Principals have been stressed over how to carry out operations while classes — and at certain points, entire grade levels — went virtual, moving staff members into quarantine. Teachers who were already burned out as a result of the pandemic are navigating how to educate children while dealing with their own anxiety about the spread of the virus.
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