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Only in Print: Going Remote in the ‘Red Zone’, From Educators’ Points of View

The technology to teach virtually has significantly improved since Our Lady of Grace Catholic Academy first went to remote learning in the spring, according to teacher Stephanie Campenella. (Photo: Currents News)

WINDSOR TERRACE — On Oct. 6, Governor Andrew Cuomo established three color-coded zones — red, orange, and yellow — to identify areas with increasing numbers of coronavirus cases. Public and private schools in the red and orange zones were temporarily closed, beginning Oct. 6 and Oct. 9, respectively, and must remain closed for at least two weeks.

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Academy in Gravesend, Brooklyn, is one of the listed red-zone schools that had less than 24 hours to prepare and make the switch to remote learning…


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