Impact Of Rising Screen Time Amid Distance Learning / Navigating Political Races In California’s Conservative Districts / A Conversation With Sac Musical Trio ‘Dear Darling’
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Cedeira Dawson, 16, a student at C.K. McClatchy High School in Sacramento, learns through a computer in her bedroom as part of a COVID-19 distance learning program. Parts of this image have been blurred to protect private information.
Courtesy of Gwynnae Byrd
New polling results show parents are increasingly stressed amid the pandemic and are hoping their children can safely return to in-person learning sooner rather than later; we’ll take a closer look today. Election Day is also nearly here and Insight has more on the races in some of California’s most conservative districts. Plus, a conversation with the local musical trio ‘Dear Darling.’
- Policy Analysis for California Education Director of Strategic Partnerships and State Education Policy Exper Dr. Alix Gallagher discusses the biggest challenges facing in K-12 education
- UC Davis Faculty Member, Academic Director of Academic Technology Services and UC Davis Instructional Technology Blog Editor-in-Chief Dr. Andy Jones on the pros and cons of technology during the pandemic and the impact of increased screen time
- CapRadio Contributing Reporter Nina Sparling navigates her reporting on races for the California statehouse and congress in some of California’s most conservative districts
- Sacramento Trio' Dear Darlings' Members Casey Lipka, Hannah Jane Kile, and Natalie Hagwood talk about their new single "Believe"