Students leave because of COVID-19 face-to-face learning conditions in schools

Students leave because of COVID-19 face-to-face learning conditions in schools

High school students leave the Fiorello H. La Guardia High School as some students in New York City staged a walkout to urge officials to offer remote learning options due to concerns over safety amid the spread of the coronavirus disease in Manhattan in New York City, Jan. 11, 2022. “We will then stand there for exactly 10 minutes, one minute for every hundred thousand new COVID-19 cases found on the 2nd of January,” according to a post from the student-run Massachusetts COVID Walkout Instagram page. In a statement to ABC News, Boston Public Schools said it “believes deeply in students advocating for what they believe in.”

Students are walking out of their classes in Boston, Chicago and other cities across the country in protest of in-person learning conditions as COVID-19 rages on. Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article

Public school students in Boston are demanding that local leaders take more initiative in reducing the spread of COVID-19 in schools and implement a two-week period for remote learning. • 5 min read

Students in Chicago are also walking out of their classes Friday, demanding that schools address COVID-19 safety concerns. HHigh school students leave the Martin Luther King Jr. Educational Campus during a staged a walkout to urge officials to offer remote learning options due to concerns over safety amid the spread of the coronavirus disease, in Manhattan in New York City, Jan. 11, 2022. Boston Public Schools has reported 3,483 COVID cases as of Jan. 5, according to the district website.

In spring 2021, Massachusetts officials said remote learning would no longer count toward required learning hours. Any school-wide remote learning days must be made up by students and teachers at the end of the year. “We further believe it is critically important that we encourage and support them in expressing their concerns, beliefs and positions to their leaders,” the statement said. “We will continue to listen to our students and families as we navigate this latest surge and the impacts it has on our ability to remain in person and deliver a quality education.”

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