Teachers vs. Parents: Who Knows What’s Best for Students?

While in the midst of a pandemic, many educators and parents have one question in mind: how efficient will online learning be for students this fall? Although teachers and students remain optimistic about the new change, parents are not as confident with how smoothly classes will run, according to a recent Gallup poll. After an abrupt switch to online learning as everything went into lockdown back in March, parents across the country are having lingering doubts about how organized this new system will be, and how this new style of learning will affect learning in the coming months.

Gallup and the NewSchools Venture Fund teamed up this summer to conduct a survey that would provide more understanding of the budget crises schools face, issues with technology access, and health and safety regulations. The poll results indicate that only 29 percent of parents feel confident/very confident about their child’s school’s ability to provide proper education online.

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