72.9% of Georgia College Districts Provide Full In-Individual Studying Georgia



(The Middle Sq.) – Georgia college districts that supply in-person studying in any respect ranges accounted for 72.9% of the full as of Feb.22, the eighth-highest share among the many 50 states, in accordance with a web-based instructional monitoring software developed by the American Enterprise Institute.

Among the many remainder of Georgia’s districts, 17.5% had been labeled as hybrids, whereas 9.6% had full distance schooling, in accordance with the Academic Tracker, which was created in partnership with Davidson School.

Absolutely face-to-face districts are outlined as permitting college students of all ranges to obtain classroom instruction. Hybrid districts provide in-person courses just for a part of every week or just for sure ranges. And fully distant districts require on-line schooling for all grades, aside from some small teams.

Those that function the monitoring software mentioned the challenge aimed to evaluate the plans to reopen the 8,500 districts and the way they’re evolving because the COVID-19 disaster evolves.

COVID-19 Academic Standing of College Districts, State by State

state % of college districts absolutely in individual Rating based mostly on share of districts in individual (highest to lowest) % of hybrid college districts % of fully distant college districts
Florida 98.5% 1 1.5% 0.0%
Nebraska 83.7% 2 16.3% 0.0%
Alabama 82.7% 3 12.0% 5.3%
Kansas 80.8% 4 16.3% 2.9%
Missouri 77.2% 5 20.1% 2.8%
Louisiana 76.5% 6 19.1% 4.4%
Arkansas 73.9% 7 22.5% 3.5%
Georgia 72.9% 8 17.5% 9.6%
Alaska 66.7% 9 15.4% 17.9%
Texas 64.9% ten 27.5% 7.7%
Ohio 63.2% 11 32.7% 4.1%
Mississippi 56.2% 12 33.8% 10.0%
Colorado 51.8% 13 31.6% 16.7%
North Dakota 51.3% 14 43.6% 5.1%
Michigan 50.8% 15 41.2% 8.0%
Iowa 48.8% 16 47.4% 3.8%
South Dakota 48.3% 17 44.1% 7.6%
Wyoming 45.2% 18 42.9% 11.9%
Utah 41.5% 19 58.5% 0.0%
New Hampshire 37.9% 20 (tie) 59.1% 3.0%
Montana 35.9% 20 (tie) 53.4% 10.7%
Caroline from the south 32.9% 22 61.8% 5.3%
Oklahoma 32.1% 23 58.4% 9.5%
Idaho 31.4% 24 (tie) 64.3% 4.3%
Indiana 31.4% 24 (tie) 61.9% 6.7%
Illinois 29.5% 26 50.2% 20.3%
Nevada 29.4% 27 70.6% 0.0%
Minnesota 27.7% 28 68.5% 3.8%
Tennessee 25.6% 29 69.2% 5.1%
Maine 22.7% 30 70.5% 6.8%
Connecticut 22.6% 31 75.7% 1.7%
Vermont 21.9% 32 68.8% 9.4%
Wisconsin 21.6% 33 71.9% 6.5%
Arizona 17.9% 34 (tie) 27.6% 54.5%
Virginia 17.9% 34 (tie) 70.7% 11.4%
Rhode Island 16.7% 36 80.0% 3.3%
Kentucky 15.5% 37 79.7% 4.7%
new York 13.2% 38 80.0% 6.7%
West Virginia 13.0% 39 75.9% 11.1%
Pennsylvania 12.6% 40 71.1% 16.3%
New Jersey 9.8% 41 56.8% 33.4%
Maryland 8.3% 42 54.2% 37.5%
Oregon 8.0% 43 54.5% 37.5%
Delaware 5.9% 44 76.5% 17.6%
California 5.1% 45 35.5% 59.4%
Washington 4.0% 46 84.9% 11.1%
Massachusetts 3.9% 47 80.0% 16.1%
North Carolina 2.6% 48 76.5% 20.9%
New Mexico 2.5% 49 68.4% 29.1%
Hawaii 0.0% 50 100.0% 0.0%

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