The general consensus at Homewood-Flossmoor High School is that remote learning is working for the majority of students.
Administrators reviewed data with District 233 school board members Oct. 20 that was collected through surveys with 1,226 parent responses, 922 student responses and 118 teacher responses.
In going over the survey, Jennifer Hester, H-F director of curriculum, instruction and professional development, said, “The students, parents and teachers all shared something in common in their comments, and I think that was appreciation for each other, the other two groups. It truly shows one of . . .
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