BHUSD Home Learning 2.0 and Graduation
Posted Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 7:03 pm
By Bianca Heyward
Seven weeks after physically shutting down, the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) has wrapped up its fourth week of Home Learning 2.0. The plan, which went into effect April 2, includes an increase in face-to-face time between teachers and students, 240 minutes of work at the middle and high school level each week and 60 minutes for elementary students. Teachers deliver two live sessions each week in the form of direct instruction, review of homework, or a Q&A session. “We transitioned to provide students with all of the standards and skills that they will need to be able to progress onto the next grade and or to the next class,” BHUSD Assistant Superintendent of Education Services, Dustin Seemann, told the Courier.
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