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FBISD Superintendent expresses concern for virtual learning scores

FORT BEND, TX – FBISD continues to see a decline in students’ grades as teachers say too many students have fallen behind during virtual learnings.

Superintendent Dr. Charles Dupre addressed the school board on Monday night and noted failure rates in the first term were somewhat high considering more than 60% of Fort Bend ISD students are still learning online.

In addition, numbers showed students were completing assignments but were not attending the online sessions or vise versus.

Dupre stated the district is working on a plan to respond to these concerns starting with holding parents more accountable.

The TEA released a statement saying school districts can now order virtual learning students to return to campus if they’re failing or have excessive amounts of absences.

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