Stories tagged: "school reopenings"


COVID-19 pandemic forces children and teachers online learning.
‘Exhausted Doesn’t Cut It’: This Mom and Teacher Shares What Life Is Like Now That Schools Have Reopened

A mother shares her exhausting experience as a parent and teacher juggling between caring for her children and teaching her students during the coronavirus pandemic.

As Arizona Schools Reopen, Public Will Vote on Education Funding Initiative This Fall

Prop 208 revenue would be used to hire more educators and support staff, fund vocational and mentoring programs, and invest in training future teachers.

Photo by Michael Rubinkam, Associated Press
Arizona’s Largest High School District Is Staying Online Until January

District leaders said the decision to extend closures was based on the state’s COVID-19 health benchmarks for reopening schools.

Shutterstock Photo, design by Tania Lili.
Notes From COVID Classrooms: Arizona Teachers, Parents Grapple With Tough School Reopening Decisions

An exclusive look at what it takes to reopen schools during a global health crisis in one of the most poorly-funded education systems in the country.

Photo courtesy of Sequoia Deaf School
Virtual Learning Creates Additional Barriers for Arizona’s Deaf Students

Arizona schools are not required to provide in-person instruction for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Photo by Jae C. Hong, Associated Press.
Arizona Schools Consider In-Person Class as COVID-19 Declines

Maricopa and Pima Counties have met the requirements for hybrid learning, while more rural counties can begin full-time, in-person classes.

Photo by Gage Skidmore.
ASU Considers Moving Classes Online as COVID-19 Cases Climb

University president Michael Crow also rejected the notion of refunding tuition, citing costs associated with online learning.