The COVID-19 pandemic and the shift to virtual learning by nearly all Washington, D.C.-area school districts has not triggered a wave of teacher retirements or resignations, despite warnings from teacher unions and advocates earlier in the year. The shuttering of school buildings and in-person classes has created a series of unprecedented hurdles and strains on school teachers, but they...
Classrooms moving to homes is causing stress and strain for many families, including teachers who are juggling time with their students and in many cases their own children. The News4 I-Team has tracked the impact on educators since March. Scott MacFarlane reports some worry a wave of retirements and resignations could come.