Lake County teachers try to bridge gaps in ‘long-distance learning’

While schools are shut down, Lake County teachers and students are getting accustomed to “long-distance learning,” a major change in the way the curriculum is being taught during this difficult time of the COVID-19 outbreak.

“It’s a struggle but it’s something that, as days go by, I’m starting to grasp more and more, and so are the kids and their families,” says Allison Hosterman, a teacher at Treadway Elementary School in Leesburg.

Lyris Garcia, a teacher at East Ridge High School in Clermont, adds: “It’s a process. The students are what makes teaching exciting and worthwhile.”

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