NJ school districts struggle to keep up with alternating learning models

For the ninth consecutive week, every county in the state remains on high alert for coronavirus activity. Maps created by the New Jersey Department of Health are used by school districts to determine where the virus is spreading the fastest and whether those counties should switch to all-remote learning. But flipping back and forth between learning models has proven to be anything but easy for teachers and students; families are on edge, and educators say they’re drained. Correspondent Leah Mishkin reports.

Click here for an interactive chart to see which schools are staying open, which ones have students in all-remote learning and those districts that are are offering a hybrid model.