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Virtual students can be ordered back to campus if they're struggling, TEA says

A virtual learning student who is struggling academically can be required to return to the classroom, according to new guidance issued Thursday by the Texas Education Agency. 'I work full time, Monday through Friday, eight to five,' said Stephanie Rosa, whose daughter attends Driscoll Middle School. 'My kid stays home alone to do her work. But it's been chaos.' Rosa said her daughter would benefit from switching to in-person classes as opposed to virtual learning. 'She's taking Spanish for the first time,' Rosa said. 'I think definitely needs to be done in person. So she can actually hear the teacher and she can see the paperwork.'

WOAI - November 8, 2020

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