How some teachers and students are struggling with remote learning

Anna Davlantes

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – AUGUST 25: Goolsby Elementary School third grader Ava Dweck (L), 9, and fourth grader Luca Conrad, 10, take online classes at Luca’s home during the first week of distance learning for the Clark County School District amid the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on August 25, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CCSD, the fifth-largest school district in the United States with more than 315,000 students, decided to start the school year with a full-time distance education instructional model as part of its Reopening Our Schools Plan due to health and safety concerns over the pandemic. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Kalyn Belsha, National Education Reporter, Chalkbeat, joins Anna to talk about her recent piece about the struggle that both teachers and students are having with online learning. We also talk to educators and students who tell us how they have been managing to teach and study amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Anna Davlantes is a Chicago native, a seven-time Emmy Award-winning journalist who has broken major stories, passionately told small stories and exposed corruption that has prompted major investigations and reform. (Click for more.)
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