L.A. schools’ distance learning amid coronavirus has uneven results, survey says

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Families give the Los Angeles school district good marks for its efforts to help them, but many report they are struggling — both in trying to keep their children on pace academically and in other ways, according to a survey that the district released Monday.

Details about the survey’s methodology were limited Monday morning, but the survey was conducted among families at Eastside schools. More than 7,000 families completed all or part of the survey.

On the plus side, more than 90% said they have been able to use technology to communicate effectively with teachers. And nearly 90% said they have received instructional materials for reading and math, with a significant drop-off in other subject areas.

More than half said they’ve received “a lot” of information from their school and the school district “about academic resources or other resources and/or support that are available.”

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