Families taking divergent paths to online learning
Dec 31, 1:00 AM
At the beginning of the 2020-21 school year, parents in Eastern Oregon were faced with a difficult decision about their children’s schooling. Some opted to give “comprehensive distance learning” a try, setting their child up to be taught remotely by teachers in the local school district in the hopes that they would transition into a physical classroom with them later in the year. Others chose to go with the InterMountain Education Service District’s virtual academy, or statewide online charter schools, or homeschooling.
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