A teacher and mother reacts to schools reopening after students reportedly failing online classes


TYLER, Texas (KETK) – Four East Texas schools will be heading back to campus this week after they announced they would be ending remote learning.

Many schools reported students failing in online learning.

A few schools that are closing include, Harmony, Yantis, Whitehouse and Grand Saline ISD. They sent letters home to parents that students would return to face-to-face instruction.

126 Harmony students were using online school for the first nine weeks. Of that number, nearly 70% were failing there classes.

In Yantis, approximately 28% of online learners were failing at least one class.

One Grand Saline parent, that also teaches in another East Texas district was surprised at the low performance of students at home.

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