Technical Colleges Face Challenges Going Virtual Amid PandemicA hands-on learning model is still moving forward at Dunwoody College despite the pandemic.
St. Cloud Area Schools To Shift Pre-K Through 5th Grade To Distance LearningSt. Cloud Area Schools will transition its younger students to distance learning starting on Nov. 30 because of the rise in COVID-19 cases.
Dover-Eyota Public Schools Shiftings Students Grades 4 Through 12 To Distance Learning As COVID-19 continues to spread in Minnesota with a record number of people hospitalized by the virus, more and more school districts are shifting to distance learning. The latest to make the shift is Dover-Eyota Public Schools in southeastern Minnesota.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Mahtomedi High School To Transition Back To Distance LearningAnother Twin Cities-area school district is making the move back to distance learning due to COVID-19.
St. Paul Schools Says Distance Learning To Stay In Place Until At Least Mid-JanuaryThe district said that it would not be transitioning students from Pre-K through 12th grade to a hybrid model until Jan. 19, 2021 at the earliest.
Osseo Schools To Move 6-12 Grades To Distance LearningOsseo Area Schools will soon be shifting grades six through 12 to distance learning.
District 196 Rolling Back To Distance Learning Due To Rise In COVID CasesThe school board voted Thursday evening to start the distance learning model Nov. 12.
St. Paul Public Schools To Keep Pre-K Through 2nd Grade In Distance Learning ModelSt. Paul Public Schools has announced they will keep their younger students in a distance learning model, delaying the start for hybrid learning for at least another month.
Anoka-Hennepin To Shift Middle And High School Students To Distance LearningThe largest school district in the state will soon move its middle and high school students to distance learning.
Survey: Nearly 30% Of Minnesota Teachers Are Considering Quitting Due To Stress, COVID-19 WorkloadA new survey of Minnesota teachers finds that nearly 30% of educators are thinking about quitting or retiring due to the stress, workloads and health risks stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Twin Cities Families Learn To Adjust To 'The New Normal' Of Distance LearningWCCO is documenting the distance learning journey of two Twin Cities families: a single mom balancing her job as a hair stylist while her kids log on to learn at home, and a family of five with a daughter who has disabilities, keeping them all at home so she remains safe.