Aimee Rodriguez Webb reads emails at her dining room table, which she set up as a virtual classroom in Marietta, Ga. After a rocky transition to distance learning last spring, Webb bought a dry-erase board and a special camera for displaying worksheets.
—AP Photo/Brynn Anderson
Even in schools offering face-to-face instruction this fall, one “class” of students likely won’t be the coherent unit that it was in past years.
Within one 5th grade class, for example, students may be split in a hybrid schedule—half in-person two or three days, online the rest. Some may have opted for fully remote instruction