DOUGLAS, Ariz. (KVOA) - The coronavirus is once again forcing a southern Arizona school district to go virtual.
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TUCSON (KVOA) - Pima County leaders are hoping to get more testing in local schools while encouraging those who feel un-well to stay at home. …
The setbacks in mostly small, rural districts that were among the first to go back are dampening hopes for a sustained, widespread return to classrooms after two years of schooling disrupted by the pandemic.
This project stems from the National Science Foundation, awarding $2 million to a team of researchers from various universities including the University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, Arizona State University and the University of Colorado Boulder.
Researchers looked at about 3,000 students 14-to-20 years old who have been subjected to social distancing for almost a year and one semester of remote school in Austria.
Now as schools return to normalcy, a study finds that new approaches to teaching can make a difference.
Whether it was due to online instruction, or learning loss, the education community has been affected in almost every way.
Starting next school year, Tucson Unified School District will no longer offer hybrid learning.