Two Views On Remote Learning

We hear from two high school juniors more than months into remote learning — one who prefers e-learning and another who has had enough.

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Lessly Gomez, 16, a student at Zion-Benton Township High School studies at her home via Zoom on Sept, 22, 2020. Manuel Martinez / WBEZ
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Lessly Gomez, 16, a student at Zion-Benton Township High School studies at her home via Zoom on Sept, 22, 2020. Manuel Martinez / WBEZ

Two Views On Remote Learning

We hear from two high school juniors more than months into remote learning — one who prefers e-learning and another who has had enough.

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Reporter Susie An has been checking in on two high school juniors this fall — Naperville North High School student Jordan King and Zion-Benton Township High School student Lessly Gomez.

In this segment, we find out what the two sixteen-year-olds like and don’t like about remote learning and how they’re holding on to some of the milestones of teenage life despite the pandemic.

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