Survey about the return to classrooms reveals mental and physical health, social distancing among top concerns as many schools adopt hybrid learning approach

3 educator concerns about the return to classrooms


Survey about the return to classrooms reveals mental and physical health, social distancing among top concerns as many schools adopt hybrid learning approach

Mental and physical health of both teachers and students, along with enforcing social distancing practices, are chief concerns voiced by school administrators, teachers, and staff in a new survey about a return to classrooms.

The Rave Mobile Safety Back-to-School Safety Concerns Report highlights the top concerns educators have as they return to classrooms, as well as the steps they’re taking to create a safe teaching and learning environment.

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School leaders wrestled with how to begin the new school year in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, and several factors, including funding availability for COVID-19 safety measures and parent preferences, impacted their decision-making process. Direction from state and local governments, though, seemed to be the most influential driver for back-to-school planning.

Laura Ascione

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