Coronavirus Impact: Online classes don’t offer same benefits as in person learning, experts say

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Distance learning is getting disappointing marks from some educators and from the Center for Education Reform, which found that many students are not getting the feedback and engagement they need.

Having too many students at once on Google Meet or Zooming is robbing children of the opportunity to engage or get the proper feedback from teachers. That’s what Karen Aronian an education expert found when analyzing remote classes at some public schools.

“We’re seeing children who whether they are elevated in their learning or below in their learning and even midline, coming in way below with this type of offering.” Aronian said.

She says students are competing for the teacher’s attention when school districts could have hired more staff during the summer when it became apparent that they would start the fall learning online.

“That needed to be a call of action so early in this

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Advancement: Is COVID-19 impact on the growth of ASEAN Smart Education and Learning Market

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Sep 22, 2020 (PRNews Times via COMTEX) —
The world is facing an unpredicted change and many of the industries are facing tough situations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 outbreak has a positive impact on the ASEAN smart education and learning market.ASEAN smart education and learning refers to the utilization of technology for training and educating people in the South East Asian Nations. This region has adopted a unique platform or technology and advanced methods to enhance their education industry. In addition, ASEAN region is constantly investing more money for development of advanced technology that aids the education and learning system. Moreover, smart education and learning technology has opened new opportunities and job for residents. Recent developments such as AI, VR, gamification, and learning analytics have improved smart education and learning by improving various

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New Mexico’s education system could get impact from Census undercount

Mike Smith, Carlsbad Current-Argus
Published 1:22 p.m. MT Sept. 21, 2020


Passaic Mayor Hector Lora bought 3000 tacos to give away four at a time to anyone who confirms they have completed a census form on Sept. 19, 2020.

With nearly nine days left before the 2020 Census concludes,  New Mexico Public Education (PED) Secretary Ryan Stewart reminds New Mexicans an undercount could impact public education for the next ten years.

In a press release, PED said nearly 15 percent of New Mexico households have yet to be counted in the 2020 Census and the completion deadline is Sept. 30.

Experts estimate that every 1 percent undercount will cost New Mexico $780 million in its fair share of federal tax dollars, read the press release.

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The Carlsbad Municipal Schools received $8.8 million in federal money through support of the State

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NMSU professor on regional panel discussing impact of COVID-19 on higher ed

Minerva Baumann, New Mexico State University
Published 11:33 a.m. MT Sept. 19, 2020


New Mexico State University Regents Professor of biology Kathryn Hanley will speak on a panel at virtual forum on Friday, Oct. 2 titled “The New World of Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities of COVID-19.” (Photo: Darren Phillips / New Mexico State University)

LAS CRUCES – The Western Alliance of Community College Academic Leaders and Western Academic Leadership Forum has invited a New Mexico State University professor and a leading researcher in emerging infectious diseases to speak at an upcoming virtual forum titled “The New World of Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities of COVID-19.”

Kathryn Hanley, NMSU Regents Professor of biology who was recently tapped to head one of 11 new Centers for Research of Emerging Infectious Diseases funded by the National Institutes of Health, has led NMSU’s efforts regarding campus COVID-19 strategies.

“I am honored to

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