When schools across Illinois shut down because of COVID-19, some students at Homewood-Flossmoor High School had a difficult time learning from home and staying on track with coursework. The number of incomplete courses or failures had faculty and staff devise creative approaches to help dozens of students catch up with graduation credit requirements during the 2020-21 school year.
Today some of those special services are still helping students stay on track.
Teachers realized that remote learning removed them from monitoring what was happening in a classroom setting. At the end of the first semester, student grades showed . . .
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