Students Reflect On A Year Of Remote Learning

Each student experiences virtual instruction differently. Several Illinois elementary school students and a high school student talks about their time over the past year.

Virus Outbreak Schools
State governments, and education officials working to return as many children as possible to the classroom. Amid new evidence that it may be safe to seat students closer together, states including Illinois and Massachusetts are allowing 3 feet of distance. Elise Amendola / ASSOCIATED PRESS
Virus Outbreak Schools
State governments, and education officials working to return as many children as possible to the classroom. Amid new evidence that it may be safe to seat students closer together, states including Illinois and Massachusetts are allowing 3 feet of distance. Elise Amendola / ASSOCIATED PRESS

Students Reflect On A Year Of Remote Learning

Each student experiences virtual instruction differently. Several Illinois elementary school students and a high school student talks about their time over the past year.

Reset hears from several Illinois students from varying age groups on what their experience with remote learning has been like over the past year and their feelings on getting back to the classroom.

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Eleanor Tobin, 5th grader at Edison Regional Gifted Center

Stevie Rezac, junior at Lane Tech High School