BUCKEYE, Az. — Virtual classrooms are the new normal for many students, but for non-native speaking English students, trying to get good grades can be challenging in the best of times.
As classes turn virtual due to COVID-19, some students are being left behind.
Valeria Gonzalez, 11, told Fox News that her school in Buckeye, Az., doesn’t offer a virtual English as a second language (ESL) program. All of her classes are taught by an English speaking teacher with no Spanish translation.
Gonzalez said that since she only speaks Spanish, listening to a teacher all day in English makes learning hard.
CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE
But after hearing about some families’ struggles, farmer Carrie Mayfield