In the Media - For Adult English Learners In D.C., Virtual Learning Has Its Pros And Cons

When the COVID-19 crisis hit the area in March, Galeano was enrolled at the Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School, which has campuses in Columbia Heights and Eckington and focuses on language education and career training for adults. (The school is named after a Puerto Rican immigrant who founded various programs geared toward the District’s Latinx community.) She was learning how to read in English and getting help with citizenship prep when the school — like others across the city and region — transitioned to remote learning halfway through the spring semester.

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