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The Herald-Dispatch published this editorial on Sept. 9 regarding education and the coronavirus:
The end of the 2019-20 school year was unlike any other in our lifetimes. So was the first day of the 2020-21 year.
The past year ended abruptly in March when state officials reacted to the coronavirus pandemic by closing schools and so-called nonessential businesses. Some learning took place at home between March and May, but for all practical purposes, the school year as we knew it was over.
Schools in all three states have reopened, more or less. Some are all online because of the virus while others are combining in-school learning with computer-based learning at home, also known as virtual learning.
Even that strategy is iffy, as schools could be forced to cancel in-school classes and go all virtual, as happened with Wayne County when the color code changed from yellow to orange on Saturday night because of the rising number of coronavirus cases in the county. That left teachers scrambling to adjust their teaching methods for all-distance learning with only three days’ notice.
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