May 11, 2020
With most classrooms moving online due to COVID-19, many teachers are finding that students are struggling to keep up with both curriculum and homework. This problem is especially prevalent with students from poor socioeconomic backgrounds as they face difficulties accessing reliable Wi-Fi or even a laptop.
For some educators, offering summer make-up sessions or having students repeat a year of classes is the only alternative to prepare students post-pandemic.
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