ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Orange County Public Schools plans to keep all of its campuses open five days a week over the summer “because of extensive learning loss over the past 11 months,” according to an email sent out to district employees. “We must accelerate instruction over the summer for many students,” the email read. [TRENDING: Man in Capitol riot arrested at Orlando airport | Tom Brady throws Lombardi Trophy | How to get the vaccine in Fla.] The email does not detail what “extensive learning loss” means.
However, Dr. Maria Vasquez, the deputy superintendent for OCPS, spoke about the issue during a media briefing hosted by Orange County Thursday. “We know some of our students have struggled during the pandemic academically andRead more on clickorlando.com