When Sierra Bradley walked into her fourth-grade classroom this week at Santa Rosa Charter School for the Arts, she couldn’t count on more than half of her students being present.
Of 20 students enrolled in her class, only 10 or fewer were there during the start of the second week back after winter break ended.
“Every day, I’m not sure if I will be able to teach my lesson plans that I’ve come up with, because there’s not enough students to teach them to,” said the teacher of 10 years. “Instruction is not happening the way it usually does.”
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