Dec 22, 2020
WDRB's Gilbert Corsey talks about his special assignment looking at the long-term impact of Louisville's virtual school year. How are families and teachers navigating online instruction? If grades are any indication, Jefferson County Public Schools students are falling behind. Superintendent Marty Pollio says it will take two or three years to make up for the lost learning. And another looming challenge: Even if JCPS goes back to school in mid-February, as many as a third of teachers will still choose to stay home.
Corsey's story with WDRB.com education reporter Kevin Wheatley: Digital decline | Failing grades soar in JCPS middle, high schools during virtual learning