Some in-person learning better than none, superintendent says
October 30, 2020
Since secondary grades in Cloquet switched to hybrid learning — attending classes in person every third day and distance learning the rest — the schools have seen an uptick in the number of students switching to distance learning.
That’s a concern, superintendent Micheal Cary told school board members in Monday’s regular board meeting.
“When kids transition to full distance learning, even though we’re doing a good job, we do tend to see poorer results,” Cary said. “As an educator, I would really urge families, it’s important to keep your children attending and engaged. I t...