LINCOLN, Neb. -- Lincoln Public Schools is pulling the high school remote learning program for the 2021-22 school year.
LPS made the announcement Wednesday afternoon, citing three main reasons for the decision: student comprehension, workforce and resources.
In a recent statement, the district commented that "too many of remote high school students are disengaged, and learning loss is evident."
Officials also say schools were having a hard time filling the number of teaching positions for the program.
The remote option will still be available for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.