HOUSTON, TX – Texas public schools are noticing a scary decline in student grades as the fall semester progresses. Report cards released from the first weeks of virtual instruction show an increase in failing grades from the previous year.
In addition to failing grades, teachers are reporting numerous late or missed assignments, neglected online attendance, or poor reading skills.
Administrative staff from Louise ISD have become the first district to go away with virtual-learning requiring all students to report to campus under proper face mask ordinance.
Superintendents from other districts are hoping to get more students back into the classrooms to resolve these issues as quickly as possible.