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District 70 School Board Discussing Learning Options
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The Pueblo District 70 Board of Education spent another two and a half hours in a special workshop on Friday, September 4, 2020 reviewing different plans for the next few weeks of school. In July the board approved a plan to change from remote learning to a hybrid learning model starting September 21, 2020. With the information and experience, the District has since that time they are discussing changing tactics.

Superintendent, Ed Smith’s comment on September, 4 was, “I believe hybrid is the most difficult of the three options and I did not realize it when we were discussing it before. After talking to teachers using the hybrid model, I am glad we started with the remote mode. I know it is very controversial, but I believe it was one of the better things we could do. Hybrid presents all the challenges of both remote and face to face learning all at the same time. Hybrid doubles the workload for teachers, they either have to teach kids in the classroom at the same time as teaching kids remotely or they have to run their classrooms and then spend the evening videoing information for the next day’s remote lessons.”

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