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Collected Item: “What should the school year of 2020-2021 mean for Cal High’s students?”

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What should the school year of 2020-2021 mean for Cal High’s students?

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newspaper article

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The Californian, a student run newspaper at California High School in San Ramon, recently ran the story "What should the school year of 2020-2021 mean for Cal High's students?" The story features three student articles, each advocating for a different scenario. The first discusses returning to school full time, the second champions a hybrid learning model, and the third article evaluates fully remote online learning. All of the articles address the challenges and realities of education during the COVID-19 pandemic for students. Interestingly, none of the articles discuss the impact of these models on teachers.

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#HST580, #ASU, #sanfranciscobayarea, #k-12, #distancelearning, #onlineeducation, #hybrid, #students

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https://www.thecalifornianpaper.com/2020/06/what-should-the-school-year-of-2020-2021-mean-for-cal-highs-students/?return

Who originally created this object? (If you created this object, such as photo, then your name goes here.)

The Californian, Sabrina Contreras, Shannah Saul, Isaac Oronsky, Rebecca Newman

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2020-07-01
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