BREAKING NEWS – Los Angeles, California – Some 15,000 Los Angeles high school students have not participated in any online learning since schools were forced to shut down in wake of coronavirus, new data shows.
On top of that, a further 26,000 of the 105,000 high school students participating in online classes have not checked in on a daily basis since institutions closed on March 16th.
School Supt. Austin Beutner didn’t seem to be concerned. “I don’t see a major problem here,” he began. “Within in ten years, about half of them are going to be homeless and aimlessly wandering the streets of L.A. Being book smart is not going to help them. They will be fine if we teach these young kids important skills they’ll likely need for the future, such as the proper etiquette when begging a stranger for money, how to build a temporary shelter out of cardboard boxes, and to emphasize the importance of respecting their neighbors once they move into a tent city.”