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Only 7% of LAUSD high schoolers chose to go back to classrooms last month--why did so many older students choose to stick with remote learning?

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We've been discussing the problems and criticisms of remote learning throughout the COVID pandemic--almost no one was a big fan of doing school over Zoom.  And yet when LAUSD high schools reopened their classrooms for in-person learning at the beginning of April, there was no rush of students to get back on campus.

In fact, new data shows that a meager 7-percent of LAUSD high school students chose to go back to classrooms; that's compared with 30-percent of elementary school kids and 12-percent of middle school kids who went back.

Glenn Sacks teaches social studies at James Monroe High School in LAUSD, he's also the UTLA rep for Monroe High.

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