It’s a mix of uncertainty and effort’s at positivity ….
But the media is working HARD against them….
We won’t know too much until another 30 days into September….
More teachers say they will be successfully able to teach students in the fall even amid a slew of coronavirus-related challenges, according to a new poll.
A Gallup poll released Wednesday found that more than half of public school teachers say they are at least somewhat confident that they will be able to help students learn successfully in the fall, with 33 percent somewhat confident, 35 percent confident, and 21 percent saying they were very confident, according to Gallup.
The poll comes as school districts across the country are taking various approaches to mitigating the spread of the coronavirus including hybrid learning models and online-only classes.
More than half of teachers, 56 percent, with ten or more years of experience in the classroom said they were confident or very confident, the poll noted. Just 12 percent said they had little or no confidence in their ability to teach all of their students successfully.
Parents, on the other hand, have much less optimism when it comes to their children’s learning outcomes this fall. Just 19 percent told Gallup pollsters they were confident that their children would learn successfully and optimally in the fall. Ten percent were very confident, and 36 percent were somewhat confident….
Teaching will virtual, combined and some in-person…