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Pa. school districts jump into remote learning: ‘This is not a normal situation for anybody’

While districts are moving into new academic material, most districts aren’t assigning letter grades for this marking period.

By Christine Vendel/PennLive

State’s public television network offered as learning platform to Pennsylvania schools

The state’s seven public television stations have essentially turned over their program day to education-focused content for what amounts to two school days in one.

By Charles Thompson/PennLive

Pa. school districts prepare for possibility of students not returning to classrooms

School districts are bracing for another potential extension to the shutdown beyond April 9.

By Christine Vendel/PennLive

With Pa. schools closed until April (at least), educators face test of serving students remotely

School districts have been working to deliver remote instruction to students but they face the enormous challenge of doing so in a way that is fair to all of their students.

By Ron Southwick/PennLive

Schools across Pa. are wary of offering online instruction during coronavirus closures

"All of a sudden, somewhat of a trainwreck happened.”
By Avi Wolfman-Arent/Keystone Crossroads

Updated: March 19, 2020 | 4:25 pm

Pa. cancels standardized testing because of coronavirus

Amid all the news about coronavirus and school closures, here’s one nugget that may have gotten lost: Pennsylvania students may not take standardized tests this year.

By Avi Wolfman-Arent/Keystone Crossroads

After mixed messages, Pa. and Philly agree to shutter day care centers for coronavirus

Parents and day care providers described receiving mixed messages on whether day cares could remain open during the shutdown.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

‘It’s a nightmare:’ International students forced to leave campus due to coronavirus

Students at universities across America are dealing with problems as institutions grapple with how to help mitigate the pandemic, shut down campuses and move courses online.

By Alan Yu/WHYY