Survey: Morale is down for teachers, students

Survey: Morale is down for teachers, students
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Morale is down among teachers and students since the rapid shift to remote learning took place amid the coronavirus outbreak, according to a survey of teachers and district leaders completed by the EdWeek Research Center. Among 10 key findings are that email and videoconferencing are the most popular tools used to communicate and the arts are difficult to teach remotely.

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