New York Public Schools teacher Kirk Schneider is teaching six online geometry classes, each meeting twice a week. He’s also teaching a remote social emotional learning class three times a week, which helps students address personal challenges during the pandemic, with about 25 kids in each class.
When in-person high school classes start on Oct. 1, the number of students in his classroom will likely be in line with the expected average of nine and 12 socially-distanced students. But if more parents choose to keep their children…
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