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Seminole superintendent says face-to-face learning has its benefits


SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – Seminole County Superintendent Dr. Walt Griffin said there are benefits of face-to-face learning that students cannot get from being at home.“A big part of school is what we call the work skills, and that’s learning to work in a group, give-and-take, building relationships,” Griffin said.It’s something parent Scott Morrell, agrees with.Morrell said his son will be a senior at Lake Nona High School and said he’ll be doing face-to-face learning this fall.Morrell said after 10 years of coaching youth football, he’s seen issues some families face.“We had kids sometimes when we were coaching, where we would have kids that would come and stay with the coaches two or three nights and stuff, because their power wasn’t on at.

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