Going back to school this fall will look dramatically different around British Columbia.
And whether you’re a student, parent, or teacher, everyone is affected.
As part of the fall return, the provincial government is implementing learning groups to reduce the number of close, in-person interactions. These groups of students and staff are said to remain together throughout the school year.
Universities, for the most part, will remain primarily online, forgoing any form of in-class learning.
And while preparations are being made by the Ministry of Education, parents, students and teachers are voicing their concern over what the upcoming school year will look like.
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