iHear Radio reports
As schools across the country have shut down due to the global coronavirus pandemic, educators have been scrambling to build an online education system so that students can keep up with their studies while at home.
The process has been extremely stressful for teachers as they have to learn new systems to teach remotely while redesigning lessons that were meant for in-person instruction. It hasn't been easy on parents or their kids either, as they try to adapt to a new learning environment filled with distractions.
"With zero notice, educators across Fresno County created an online system to connect with their kids to curate and produce educational content on the web," Fresno Unified School District Superintendent Bob Nelson told KFSN.