State officials say they are concerned about student cyber safety. With so many Pennsylvania students attending classes virtually now, reports of online harassment and threats of violence are rising.
Lehigh University classes are going completely remote for the next two weeks over concerns about the spread of COVID-19.
Many schools are going virtual for the time being, forcing parents to create a learning environment in their home. WLVR’s Brittany Sweeney talks to a physical therapist about how to set up an in-home classroom.
It’s only August and Pennsylvania’s cyber charter schools are filling up. The surge in enrollment has even forced some of these online public schools to impose waitlists.
Parents in the Easton Area School District have until Wednesday afternoon to decide how their child goes back to school. The choices involve either in-person classes, or choosing one of two different online learning options.