What Teachers Want Parents To Know As Schools Reopen

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  • August 7, 2020
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The coronavirus pandemic is raging, but schools are beginning to reopen across the country. Are you a teacher, tell us your thoughts on the return of the school year.

HuffPost Parenting asked the teachers from their Facebook community what they want parents to know right now. Here are the percentages on how concerned teachers are about returning to the classroom:

  • 57% are very Concerned
  • 18% Moderately Concerned
  • 11% Not to Concerned
  • 14% No Concern at All

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Eighty-two percent of K-12 teachers say they are concerned about returning to in-person teaching this fall

In this NPR Podcast, Most Teachers are Concerned About In-Person School and 2 In 3 Want To Start The Year Online:

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Eighty-two percent of K-12 teachers say they are concerned about returning to in-person teaching this fall, and two-thirds prefer to teach primarily remotely. On the latter point, teachers are aligned with parents and the general public: Another recent NPR/Ipsos poll found two-thirds of respondents thought schools in their area should be primarily remote, including 62% of parents of children under 18.
The teacher poll was conducted July 21-24 and included 505 respondents. Half teach at low-income schools.

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