Virtual Learning

W.Va. Schools Still Dealing With Effects Of COVID-19 Pandemic

Four years ago, the COVID-19 pandemic changed daily life for everyone, but the adjustments were perhaps most acute for schools and students. We hear about the adapting learning for the COVID-19 pandemic - and its continued effects on the state's schools.

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Researcher: Making Virtual Learning Successful Requires Coordination Across A School System

In our latest installment of our summer education series, “Closing the COVID Gap,” we explore the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on broadband needs and virtual schooling.

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For Some West Virginians, Virtual And Homeschool Were Game-Changers For Learning

Last year, many West Virginia counties were forced into remote and virtual learning models as COVID-19 spread worsened. Some students struggled with learning from home, but there were also some who thrived. By August 2020, 50,000 students in the Mountain State had signed up for full, virtual learning.

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