Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-02-26 01:30:59 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) — Clark County School District (CCSD) has released a new number on 8 NewsNow, from Pre-Kindergarten to Third Grade Hybrid Learning Survey. Earlier this month, they revealed that 56% of families preferred the hybrid plan and 44% chose distance learning.
After requesting public information, I got the details of the data.
The results show that more than 68,000 families with children up to the third grade have completed the survey.
All sections of the town said they prefer hybrid learning to distance learning by 62-38%, especially in the Summerlin and Henderson areas.
However, the majority of students continue distance learning during hybrid learning. The district gave us a breakdown of the cohort numbers.
- Cohort A: 21,191 students returning home on Monday, Tuesday and the rest of the week
- Cohort B: 19,642 students attending classes on Thursday and Friday
- Cohort C: 51,233 students studying remotely online
Dr. Jesus Jara, the superintendent of education, explained why it was inconsistent with the findings.
“If we didn’t receive an answer when we sent the survey, we would put them in distance education,” he said. “It was one and parents had a choice. Parents could decide if they needed cohorts A and B, and if they changed their minds and decided they wanted to go to distance learning, they would be protected. It depends on the choice of the person. ”
Those identified as distance learning fluent in Asia, Pacific Islands, and limited English. Other ethnic groups and students receiving special education services requested hybrid learning, including 67% identifying whites and approximately 63% identifying Native Americans.
The principal of Galehime Elementary School tells 8 News. His staff will be flexible and ready in case the 4th and 5th grades return to the building on April 6th and want to come back more.