As Alabama schools continue to re-open, most with on-campus learning, a web survey indicates the vast majority of the state’s students oppose a full reopening.
According to survey data from Brainly, 84-percent of Alabama students are against reopening in person class. 47-percent say they prefer virtual learning. 37-percent say they prefer a hybrid on in-person and online learning.
Florida had similar numbers, with 79-percent against a full reopening.
Brainly is the largest global online learning community with 250 million monthly users.