Schools are going online in disasters, worsening disruption

Ryan Johnson, a fifth-grade teacher at Pecan Park Elementary School, right, monitors his daughter Rylei, while she checks her homework schedule before they leave for home in Jackson, Miss., Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022. Because the city's long-standing water issues recently forced the public schools to again revert to remote learning, Johnson brought his daughter to work where she could be monitored as she also attended virtual classes, while he taught his students virtually. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Schools are going online in disasters, worsening disruption