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UTSA study yields recommendations to improve distance learning among K-12 schools

(FILE Photo: SBG San Antonio)
(FILE Photo: SBG San Antonio)
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SAN ANTONIO - An important study on distance learning is helping local school districts plan for the fall.

University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) surveyed nearly 2,000 K-12 public school parents, teachers, and students as well as one local network of career-themed schools.

We got to take a look at some of the challenges discovered and recommendations.

Researchers for UTSA spent much of the summer polling parents, teachers and students from seven school districts across Bexar County.

The goal was to find out what worked during distance learning and what could be improved.

Teachers quickly pointed out the sudden shift created challenges for both students and teachers most centered around access to technology. A whopping 95 percent of teachers had no online teaching experience.

You can read the report by clicking HERE.

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