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Homework: Relearning learning amid a global pandemic

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As the ongoing pandemic continues to drive a major shift in the way schools operate, Digital Trends is following students and teachers as they adapt to our new normal. We’ll check in with students, teachers, and families as they adapt to remote schooling, from parents forced to keep young children at home to teachers who suddenly have to teach via Zoom.

Distance learning has created a disconnect between teachers and students. Can A.I. help fill that void by acting as a virtual assistant?
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Addison Cross is a college freshman at Texas A&M who's learning the ropes as she navigates her first year at school.
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Norma Schwartz hasn't yet told her kids that they aren't going back to school this fall
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Spanish teacher Juliana Davila is going back to school. But it's not that simple
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For parents across the country, distance learning proved to be a struggle
Norma Schwartz
On top of his college-level courses, he delivers food to nursing home residents
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Juliana Davila still doesn't know what school will look like in the fall
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It wasn't the senior year she planned, but she's making the best of it
Addison Cross