Teachers grapple with how to keep track of students during distance learning – The Reporter

By Ali Tadayon

Taking attendance has acquired new meaning for schools as distance learning becomes the new normal during the pandemic.

Schools are not required to take roll at this time in order to receive state funds based on average daily attendance, said California Department of Education spokesman Scott Roark. But districts are encouraged to monitor student participation and performance in distance learning to see how well it is working.

Moreover, many teachers simply want to stay in touch with their students. Partly that’s to see that they are keeping up with their coursework, but also to make sure they are getting the resources they need and are safe.

Source: Teachers grapple with how to keep track of students during distance learning – The Reporter