Every year, graduating seniors from Yukon High School in Yukon, Okla., go back to the local elementary school for a "Senior Sendoff" with their former childhood teachers.
A school district in Oklahoma plans to group students together who have been exposed to the coronavirus. That way they can continue in-person schooling. Health advocates are worried about the idea.
For-profit virtual charter schools have been dogged by complaints of low student performance, fraud and waste. Still, many are seeing a pandemic-induced enrollment surge.