Why Some Suburban Schools Are Pivoting Back To Remote Learning

Coronavirus cases and positivity rates are rising fast, and it’s having a big impact on teachers, parents and students.

Schools COVID-19
Students wear mask as they arrive their school for in- person learning at Holmes Middle School in Wheeling, Ill., Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. The Lake County Health Department recommended that all public and private schools in the county currently education children in the classroom immediately return to virtual learning because of the threats posed by the coronavirus pandemic. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo
Schools COVID-19
Students wear mask as they arrive their school for in- person learning at Holmes Middle School in Wheeling, Ill., Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020. The Lake County Health Department recommended that all public and private schools in the county currently education children in the classroom immediately return to virtual learning because of the threats posed by the coronavirus pandemic. Nam Y. Huh / AP Photo

Why Some Suburban Schools Are Pivoting Back To Remote Learning

Coronavirus cases and positivity rates are rising fast, and it’s having a big impact on teachers, parents and students.

Reset checks in with two suburban school superintendents to talk about how their districts are being impacted by the recent surge in COVID-19 cases across Illinois.

GUESTS: Michael Lubelfeld, superintendent of North Shore School District 112

Tony Sanders, superintendent of School District U-46