What will in-person learning look like for middle and high school students?

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And then you have schools like Alliance Virgil Roberts Leadership Academy, a South L.A. charter middle school that's part of LAUSD. They've decided to finish the rest of this school year at home because parents don't feel it's safe enough yet and distance learning has been a success.

"It wasn't, as I said before, as hard of a lift because we utilize technology at Alliance Virgil Roberts already. When we come back, we're not going to throw away all of these things that we've done," said Joy May-Harris, the Principal at Alliance Virgil Roberts Leadership Academy.

Students who have struggled will be assessed on campus in the coming weeks so classrooms are ready to welcome them back at a distance, wearing masks.
"We want them to understand that they're going to be safe. Kids are resilient. We're going to make sure any learning loss is made up for and our students are still going to be on a trajectory towards college," said Joy May-Harris.