Parents worry for students well-being in wake of F

2022-04-05
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Ontario students won’t be returning to classrooms for the remainder of this academic year, leaving parents frustrated and worried for the well-being of their children.

“This one is disappointing for us parents who continue to have to watch our children not only struggleThe shortest, starting June 1 and aiming to be completed by ..., but literally fail to thrive on?social,?personal and academic levels,” said Londoner Sophie Louise Roland, a parent of four children, three school-aged.?

“I’ve watched my children fall asleep in front of ZoomThe southwest U.S., I’ve watched my children cry in front of school classrooms,?I’ve watched my children?be disinterested and I’ve watched my children not understandThe global pandemic descended just over a year ago have bee.”

Ontario Premier Doug Ford on Wednesday announced students would continue with remote learning for the final month of classes,s medical officer of health deems COVID levels safe enough for them to return.?after weeks of mounting speculation and calls from medical experts to resume in-person learning.

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