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Author: Mandy Yang

IUSD Hybrid Learning Update

It’s now been several weeks since students returned to IUSD schools. I personally attend Woodbridge High, the school with the most students on campus on any given day with over 1,000 students and faculty back on campus.

These past weeks have given me a better understanding of hybrid learning. Here’s what I’ve learned.

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Irvine Schools Reopen

Irvine Unified School District schools have transitioned to hybrid learning. For the first time in six months, students finally re-inhabited the halls of the various campuses across Irvine. To say the least, it was an experience.

My teachers sounded stressed. I was stressed. The first two days were not a particularly positive experience.

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IUSD Schools Will Start the Fall Semester Online

Under Governor Gavin’s rules for reopening schools this fall, any California county classified as a “red zone” must offer digital courses only, without any in-person classes, regardless of public or private school.

Since Orange County is currently classified as a “red zone,” all Irvine schools will begin the new school year online.

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Advanced Placement (AP) Testing Goes Digital

Along with online learning at school, Advanced Placement (AP) testing has also made the switch to digital.

These tests occur once a year, evaluating a high school students’ year of learning. A strong score on the test can waive necessary college credit for graduation later.

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