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Students are Working Remotely to Advance in their ESL, High School Equivalency (GED), Diploma, Citizenship, and CTE classes

Students are Working Remotely to Advance in their ESL, High School Equivalency (GED), Diploma, Citizenship, and CTE classes

These are difficult times for many of our adult students at Fontana Adult School.  In a recent survey, we learned that 63% of our students had either lost their jobs, or had reduced hours at work due to Covid19.  

Despite hardships, our adult students are donig their best to progress with their studies by remote learning.  We have students enrolled in ESL classes, as well as high school equivalency (GED), diploma, citizenship, medical terminology, paraprofessional, interpreter-translator, basic computer, and computer business application classes.  Technology problems persist, but students are hanging in there, making the best of the opportunity they have to learn.  

We recently asked students to share their photos with us as they work remotely.  We may not see each other in person, but we are still an adult education community.  We are connected via the world wide web, as is apparent in the pictures sent by students.

 

remote learning

 

reading

 

working online