Gov. Gavin Newsom stepped into the recent debates that have been made on the reopening of schools for the fall.
He declaring that all those countries who are in the watch list of state for COVID 19 outbreaks, including California’s all the urban areas should think about kids’ education.
Gov. Newsom has been under pressure to keep close schools
Gov. Gavin Newsom has been under pressure to keep close all the schools during this pandemic situation across all the corners of California. Safety is first but how we can educate our kids, Newsom said in his press release.
Schools must provide online classes, helpful, and meaningful instructions during all this critical and depressing situation. All the people who include in the whole school system, parents prefer in-class studies. But this can be helpful for students if this can be done safely without spreading this virus.
Friday announcement made a national debate on Gov. Gavin Newsom over school reopening concerns to teach kids effectively online.
He also said our first concern is to give quality education even during this pandemic situation. It’s not the time to score cheap political points. We should plan a strategy to educate our kids; this is the need for us not only to get a good education for our kid’s stay healthy while schooling.
We want to be our students and if we listen to our minds that distance learning was the truly right approach for us. Austin said we should make a system around distance but, effective learning.
Gov. Gavin Newsom made clear on this Friday that the in watchlist remote teaching required as a mandatory thing, not as a suggestion. And this mandate should apply to all the schools including private and public.
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worsening outbreak and our education system
But California worsening outbreak due to the recent soft handed that they gave to the public. This worsening situation outbreaks just weeks to go before schools are going to scheduled to start.
This raised the alarm and the importance of distancing the education system. Governor made it clear that he expects nearly 6 billion dollars to improve the distance learning to help schools do that effectively. We have to work on effective distance learning Gov. Newsom said.
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