Students, parents, teachers adapting to new world of remote learning in Butler County
Saturday, March 28, 2020
Forced by coronavirus shutdowns, remote learning is an experiment on a grand scale, and so far area students, parents and teachers say for the most part it is working.
Since Ohio mandated the closing of K-12 schools at least until April 6, school officials in Butler and Warren counties have scrambled to put together digital lessons and activities designed to fill in the learning gap created by ending classroom instruction.
Every school family, in its own way, is now a home-schooling family due to state-ordered isolation.