With one week left in quarter, half of Salem-Keizer high school students failing at least one class

More than 6,700 local high school students are on track to fail at least one class during the fall quarter, a result that administrators in the Salem-Keizer School District find “alarming.” They said that reflects the challenges of teaching online.

At least one high school called a halt to grading new work to focus on catching up students at risk of failing.

The data from the district shows as of Nov . . .

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