The Reality of Remote Learning

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Natania Nathan, Staff Reporter

Senior Sam Lewis logs onto her Warren Hills Regional High School issued Chromebook to attend her first virtual class of the day. Opting for a full remote schedule, Lewis attends all her classes through a screen and in her own home. “Online learning is a struggle,” she said. “Not only is it harder to keep track of, but it’s extremely impersonal. Teachers tend to forget about the students online and I get spoken to maybe once in a class period by some teachers.” The transition from in-person learning to a full remote schedule has been a hard task with which to grapple for many students at the high school.

(Photo courtesy of Sam Lewis)