Parents Scramble After Jacksonville Charter School Announces End Of Virtual Learning
Parents with students at Jacksonville Classical Academy, a charter school in Mixon Town, said they were surprised to learn that the school made the decision to end its virtual learning program starting in January.
The decision to move students back into classrooms full time comes as cases of the coronavirus continue to skyrocket in the state, and parents who spoke to WJCT News partner News4Jax said they are concerned for their children’s safety.
The leader of the school said the decision was made after more parents made the decision to move students back into school and the school struggles to find teachers to lead virtual classes.
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