Rise in Parents Requesting Distance Learning Leaves East Bay School District Scrambling

A Contra Costa County school district is dealing with a sudden shift in attitudes about in-person learning. Scott Budman reports.

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  1. August 27, 2021
    Lisa Schooler

    Well I’m glad the district is giving parents a choice, of course with that choice comes some consequences in terms of rearranging teachers a bit. Consider that for some students, being in a classroom and not being able to hear that well because of teachers wearing masks not being able to see facial expressions, the extra noise because of fans and all that at this time of the year, for a few students they may actually prefer the unmasked, Volume controllable, via zoom thing a little bit more because that’s what they were accustomed to for a year. Parent choice I support.

  2. August 27, 2021

    0:38 he's a gamer

  3. August 27, 2021

    Marxism can be taught online.

  4. August 27, 2021

    Home school your kids and get them out of these leftist commie indoctrination centers.

  5. August 27, 2021
    crazywayz77 crazywayz77

    Because no one has money for gas to drive their kids to school, wake up


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