As Coronavirus Cases Rise, Mass. Education Officials Caution Against Abandoning In-Person Schooling

The Boston Globe | Matt Murphy

“There are no easy answers. What I’m sure we can all agree upon is we must do everything we can to support the academic and social-emotional needs of all our students.”

Across the United States, school districts are exploring how to adapt e-learning and in-person learning to meet the ever-changing challenges created by COVID-19. This article from The Boston Globe explores why reducing in-person learning for Massachusetts’ K-12 settings would be detrimental to the Commonwealth’s goals.

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