ALIQUIPPA (KDKA) – Students KDKA talked to within the Aliquippa School District are really worried about their academic future.
After an almost 3-hour school board meeting last night, the superintendent decided on some changes.READ MORE: Guentzel Scores 3 In 2nd Period, Penguins Beat Canucks 4-1
They’re going from video instruction to live instruction.
This will give students more time to talk and interact with their teachers.
“It’ll be more synchronous, teachers will be live and students can watch that video later,” said Superintendent, Peter M. Carbone.READ MORE: Starlink Satellites Mistaken As UFOs Over Pittsburgh
The district was using Google Classroom where teachers were posting video lessons online. The school wants to continue with an online learning model to keep their students safe from the coronavirus.
KDKA talked to several parents and students on Wednesday. They expressed concerns over the district’s remote learning model and even criticized Google Classroom. They say it doesn’t give them enough instruction.
The school district does offer some resources for students who are struggling academically.MORE NEWS: Pitt Rolls By Wake Forest 45-21 For ACC Title
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