TruePublic survey finds majority of high school and college students don’t want to return to in-person class

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Schools across the country have released different plans on re-opening and sending children back to school. But how do the parents and students feel? TruePublic conducted a survey this week on over 8,000 students to find out.

TruePublic found that 63% of high school and college students don’t think schools should reopen for in-person classes this fall, over 10% more from the week before – a huge spike.

Only 27% of parents are sure they will send their kids to school this fall.

52% are not comfortable sending their kids back, and 21% are still unsure of what to do.

On the other hand, the survey found 61% of students think remotely learning is more stressful. And 69% reported they are learning worse during the lockdown.

TruePublic CEO Kaben Clauson discussed the interesting results on Good Morning San Diego.

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