The Colorado Sun | Erica Breunlin
“District leaders, educators, and state officials anticipate that many schools will continue to offer a remote learning option to students, some of whom have thrived in an online school environment.”
While many Colorado districts are preparing for in-person learning, some districts are planning for fully remote programs in the 2021-22 school year. The Colorado Digital Learning Solutions estimates that enrollment rates could decrease by as much as 50%, with the greatest drop expected among K-5 students.
Last fall, Early Milestones interviewed parents from across the state to understand the pros and cons of facilitating their children’s online learning.