As many schools are now moving students back into the classroom, the CDC is issuing guidance on how to safely proceed. FOX 10's Irene Snyder has the details on guidelines that will be more difficult to organize and enforce in Arizona.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey talks to FOX 10's Troy Hayden about Capitol security, the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, distance learning, and how he will be attending President-Elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
Parents are asking for the Tempe Union High School District to give them answers about the future of online learning as we head into 2021.
School district officials say they have more than 100 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people, prompting the return to online learning. Parents, meanwhile, are ver upset about the move.
With the recent spike in cases, some schools have seen enough and they're going back to online or hybrid learning. We talked to a Valley mom who says that's not the right move.
School districts across the Valley are putting aside state guidelines and voting on their own criteria, to decide whether to temporarily stop in-person learning, and go back to a hybrid or virtual model.
We're nearly two months into the school year and for many local school districts there seems to be no end in sight to virtual learning.
As classes turn virtual due to COVID-19, some students are being left behind.
It's like the NBA "Bubble," but for college students. An Arizona summer camp is transforming into a campus for students taking online classes.
The district says it is critical that they do their part to slow the community spread of COVID-19.
Special education and pre-school students with the Scottsdale Unified School District will return to class first, as the school district's governing board adopts a phased approach on the return to campus learning.
One Peoria charter school is getting creative when it comes to distance learning during the pandemic. FOX 10's Ty Brennan reports.
It's not just students struggling with online learning, but parents too are experiencing burnout from the new way of learning during the pandemic.
The remote school year is underway and if you’re still trying to figure out how to create the perfect space for your child’s distance learning, we have you covered.
A Tennessee school district is under fire for asking parents to sign a form agreeing not to eavesdrop on kids' virtual classes over concerns they could overhear confidential information.
Some schools are exempt from providing on-site services in Arizona, although the governor requires it. FOX 10 investigates why.
As children adjust to virtual learning, there's concern about whether a teacher or adult may notice if abuse or neglect is going on at home. Mike Faust, Director of the Department of Child Safety talks to FOX 10's Syleste Rodriguez about the challenges officials face during the coronavirus pandemic.
FOX 10's Syleste Rodriguez spoke with Brittny Smith on why she wants an option for in person learning.
As students in Glendale begin their transition from in-person to virtual learning, the Verizon Innovative Learning Program is helping them make that transition a little easier.
Students are learning from home as the school year starts amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.