CAMERON/HIDALGO COUNTY, Texas (KVEO) — Studies have shown that students may be falling behind academically because of remote learning. Districts in the RGV share what their plan has been to make sure students receive the proper education as online learning continues.
Many schools closed early this year because of the pandemic and teachers and staff quickly had to adapt to a different way of teaching, while students had to adapt to a different way of learning.
School administrators from Donna, Harlingen and Mission say they have made programs to make sure students are kept at the same level of learning.
The Deputy Superintendent of Curriculum and instruction at Mission Consolidated Independent School District (CISD), Dr. Sharon Roberts, says they are doing everything they can to make sure students continue to learn.
“We just meet the kids wherever they are, however we can, it’s about adapting the instruction,” said Dr. Roberts. “You’re going to have children for different reasons slide back a little bit and our job is to make sure that they don’t.”
A similar evaluation was given by Donna Independent School District (ISD) Superintendent Hafedh Azaiez.
“Our teachers are trying to do their best to fill