Broward public schools adjust to an additional 21,000+ students returning to classroom desks
BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – As the second semester started, Broward County Public Schools reassigned some teachers from virtual learning to schoolhouses to deal with an increase in students who returned to classrooms’ desks on Wednesday.
This upset 9-year-old David Miller. The fourth-grade student said his favorite teacher was one of them, and without her, the lack of continuity was confusing.
“He became attached to his teacher. She is fantastic,” David’s father, Alex Miller, said. “Even though the schools are adamant that it’s safer in brick and mortar, I just don’t believe it and I don’t trust it.”
David won’t be …
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