Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Parents Ponder Upcoming Classrooms Reopened Amid Home-Schooling 2020 FAIL

Here's a glimpse at the best laid plans of local schools whilst everyone pretty much admits that youngsters didn't learn anything useful so far this year.

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Small Groups, Staggered Schedules Or 100% Online: What School In Kansas City Could Look Like This Fall

A Kansas City charter's plan to let parents choose fully remote learning or every-other-week in-person instruction is a preview of what school could look like in the fall. Parents at the three Crossroads Charter Schools have until next week to decide which option will work best for their family.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Aren’t almost all of them going to be illiterate when they graduate? What difference does it make where they go to school?

Anonymous said...

As it is, black people can barely speak English. Education is a waste of time and resources

Anonymous said...

First thing parents can do for their children is start giving them real names. Not some gibberish that sounds good over wine and vap pens. Think about the kids future. Having to repeat their name and spell it for people the rest of their lives.

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer. Bye bye.

Anonymous said...

Don't be jelly because boomers die and leave you with nothing except what they owe.