Virtual school: U.S. teachers want to improve but training varies


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This is what they should be doing here in Japan.

We've had a few months respite in most of the prefectures here and before kids go back to school the school districts should be giving extensive training for what might be the inevitable.

We don't want another 3-4 months of permanent school closure with no new instruction with tons of homework being given like last spring.

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"Aimee Rodriguez Webb works on her computer reading emails at her dinning [sic] room table that she set up as a virtual classroom for a Cobb County school, in Marietta, Ga. Photo: AP"

What is "dinning"?

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One more week before we have to start distance learning. Not sure how my wife and I are going to do this and still keep our jobs. Stuff is going to have to slide I guess. We can all thank CCP malfeasance for our current situation. Never forget, and never forgive.

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