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0000017d-2122-dd26-adfd-e56710b50000The New Classroom is a special reporting series, supported by The Walton Family Foundation, exploring the struggles, changes and innovations in education during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can find reports in this series listed below.

Checking In With Virtual and In-Person Learners Two Months Into School Year

Annie Clapper / Yonnie Lucas
Annie Clapper and her daughter Hazel and Yonnie Lucas and her son Jake talk to us about the last two months of virtual and in-person school.

At this point, school has been in session for two months during the pandemic. We spoke with Yonnie Lucas and her son, Jake, and Annie Clapper and her daughter, Hazel, a few days after school resumed in August. Jake is going to school in person at Greenland Elementary and Hazel is learning virtually at Bentonville School District. We check back in with both families to find out how the school year is going.

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