KS teachers: hybrid classes are no better than all-virtual

Hybrid learning has become the go-to compromise for Kansas’ largest school districts to get students back in classrooms. But some Kansas teachers say the hybrid model isn’t much better than keeping students online full-time

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January 22, 2021 - 1:16 PM

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Hybrid learning has become the go-to compromise for Kansas’ largest school districts to get students back in classrooms.

Districts in Lawrence, Topeka, Olathe and elsewhere rotate students between in-person and online lessons. Kids get physical time in front of a teacher without risking crowded classrooms during the pandemic.

But some Kansas teachers say the hybrid model isn’t much better than keeping students online full-time.

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