Majority of Parents in California Not Satisfied With Distance Learning

A new poll shows that a vast majority of parents in public and private schools in California are not satisfied with the distance learning that's going on in most schools due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The results of the poll show that about 70-percent say they worry about learning loss for all or most children, as well as the lack of social interaction with other children. The poll was commissioned by the non profit group named "Ed-Source" which is a non-partisan journalism organization that reports on education issues in California.


LISTEN BELOW: KOGO's Cliff Albert interviews Executive Director Louis Freedberg.

Louis Freedberg with Ed-Source October 8 2020