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ABC 6 NEWS School at Home

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VIDEO: School at Home: Looking ahead

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School at Home: Looking Ahead to the Future

School at Home: Special education

INTERVIEW: School at Home: Tech issues

School at Home: Tech issues

INTERVIEW: Teachers navigating through school at home

School at Home: Teachers

INTERVIEW: School at Home: Families

School at Home: Families

COVID-19: Student Resources

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School at Home: Looking Ahead to the Future

In the final part of our "School at Home" series, we spoke with district leaders about what the future looks like and what families should prepare for heading into the fall.


School at Home: Special education

School districts and families are working together to make sure special needs students can satisfy their IEPs under federal law.


INTERVIEW: School at Home: Tech issues

ABC 6 anchor, Miguel Octavio, and Post Bulletin reporter, John Molseed, talk about tech issues people are facing while distance learning.


School at Home: Tech issues

The first day of distance learning was anything but smooth for several families. Schoology and Seesaw, two of the biggest online platforms, crashed from too many users.


INTERVIEW: Teachers navigating through school at home

ABC 6 News and Post Bulletin newspaper have teamed up to go explore how teachers are navigating through distance learning. 


School at Home: Teachers

Paula has taught for 19 years but the past two months have been some of her toughest. She teaches for the district's Area Learning Center.


INTERVIEW: School at Home: Families

ABC 6 anchor, Laura Lee, and Post Bulletin reporter, Jordan Schier, talk about issues families are facing while distance learning.


School at Home: Families

For thousands of families across the state, their lives were shaken up when the coronavirus made its way into Minnesota.  Parents transitioned to working from home, schools cleared out and educators and their students developed a new way of learning. 


COVID-19: Student Resources

Resources for students and parents as the community plans for school closures in the coming days. 


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