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YISD students won’t return to class, remote learning ends May 15

EL PASO, Texas -- The superintendent of the Ysleta Independent School District announced Wednesday that students and teachers will not return to their classrooms for the remainder of this school year.

Superintedent Xavier De La Torre also said May 15 would mark the end of the district's remote learning program, although students will be allowed to keep their YISD-provided electronic devices over the summer.

He indicated YISD was working on developing online summer school programs and hoped to have next school year begin as normal in the fall.

You can watch the superintendent's entire remarks in the video player at the top of this article.

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Jim Parker

Jim Parker is the Director of Digital Content for ABC-7.

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    1. I don’t know Fero2A. You and I agree on almost everything until now. Are you a parent? I’ve been in education for 30 years and from what I’m hearing parents are getting a quick education on how hard it actually is for us to teach their kids! Our teachers are providing on-line instruction as best as they can but not being there in person to provide that one-on-one instruction, reinforcement and support means parents have to pick up that slack. They’re finding out it’s not as easy as it seems.

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