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Clinton-Massie: Remote learning at CM High School shows marked improvement over spring, says assistant principal

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Clinton-Massie High School’s seven recent days of remote learning as a consequence of COVID-19 concerns are being evaluated as a clear educational improvement compared to last spring’s sudden switch to virtual instruction.

Clinton-Massie High School Assistant Principal Rachel Cornett reported Monday night to the school board that “engagement and execution were markedly improved from the spring experience.”

From Oct. 23 through Nov. 2, the high school teachers delivered instruction through Google Meets, Google Classroom, and Canvas, said Cornett.