AGA Weekly Community News | attempting to treat in-home learning

As virtual learning becomes the norm across the nation, children and parents must be more cautious than ever about what is viewable in their homes. In May, the police were called to a child’s home after his properly-stored BB guns were visible behind him at his desk. Now, a child in Colorado Springs has been suspended for 5 days after his art teacher saw him handle a toy gun for under 2 seconds.

Teachers and administrators are attempting to treat in-home learning as they would in-person learning, including prohibiting visible guns in the homes of any . . .

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