The complexities of shifting from remote learning to classrooms in NJ

The challenge of returning to school must be weighed against the impact on students of remote learning

Gov. Phil Murphy has insisted — if not demanded — that schools be fully open by September, but it’s easier said than done for many districts. Close to 100 New Jersey school districts have been all-remote since last spring.

NJ Spotlight News’ John Mooney joined WNYC’s “Morning Edition” host Michael Hill to talk about the challenges faced by schools but also the impact that remote instruction has had on students and teachers.

— WNYC News is a content partner of NJ Spotlight News.