SONOMA COUNTY (CBS SF) – Thirty-seven percent of high school students in Sonoma County – nearly four in 10 — are failing one or more classes, compared to 23 percent last year.
Every grade is experiencing similar jumps in failure rates. Among seniors, 31 percent have at least one F, compared to 23 percent last fall, according to figures released Tuesday by the Sonoma County Office of Education.
Meanwhile, in a May survey of 4,500 high school students in the county, 71 percent reported that “feeling anxious about the future” was the number one barrier to distance learning.
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