Megan Valley | Belleville News-Democrat
Megan Valley covers education at the Belleville News-Democrat, a news partner of St. Louis Public Radio. She is also a Report for America corps member.
New national data suggests that the worst case scenario for remote learning didn’t materialize, but there still isn’t comprehensive data to detail how deeply the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted academic achievement.
When there aren't enough subs to cover quarantined staff, it falls to teachers on their prep hour or building administrators to cover classes.
A new study in Illinois shows that, while in-person learning in schools might lead to the spread of coronavirus cases, hybrid learning plans might not be worse for community spread than full remote learning.