Naperville North junior Jordan King answers your questions about tackling high school during the pandemic.
We hear from Chicago Public Schools teacher Jessica Vega as she wraps up a fall of remote learning.
We asked Chicago-area teachers to share tips and advice, from planning virtual lessons to improving poor attendance.
Two WBEZ education reporters share how a family and a teacher are coping with remote learning.
As we continue our series on education, we hear what it’s been like to be a junior in high school and a freshman in college during the pandemic.
This fall, we’ve been following freshmen as they navigate college during the pandemic. Here’s what daily life looks like for one student who’s taking classes remotely — along with being a big sister.
Do you feel safe? Does college hookup culture still exist? Elizabeth LeBeau answers your questions about freshman year during COVID-19.
As the semester wraps up, we do a final check-in on the four college freshmen we’ve been following this fall.
We hear from two high school juniors more than months into remote learning — one who prefers e-learning and another who has had enough.
WBEZ is sharing the stories of a Chicago teacher this fall as she tackles schooling amid the pandemic.
“You’re paying for what seems like glorified YouTube videos,” said one college freshman who is doing school remotely from home.
Virtual school, social unrest, coronavirus, college prep — high school juniors have a lot on their minds as this school year gets underway.
The start of remote learning has been grueling but teacher Jessica Vega says, “I want to be positive and optimistic it won’t be forever.”
WBEZ is sharing the stories of four freshmen this fall from the Chicago area — two on campus and two taking classes from home.