BPS Superintendent Dr. Kriner Cash said Wednesday he’s not convinced shifting to hybrid learning right now is the best thing for the district, parents or students.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Exactly a month since the start of the 2020 school year, the Buffalo Public School Board on Wednesday night reviewed the good and bad about its remote learning plan.
The board members discussed everything from curriculum changes to professional development, as well as how education after the COVID-19 pandemic will change.
For starters, even when kids return to brick and mortar schools, Superintendent Dr. Kriner Cash said online learning is likely here to stay.
“The goal was always to get better in the [online] modality,” Dr. Cash said.
The board members said the flexibility that online learning has provided is a benefit to the district. Professional development was also called a success.
Dr. Cash cited improved bonds between teachers and building