Most Frisco Parents Want On-Campus Classes This Fall, But School Board Says Otherwise

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By NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

The Frisco school district is delaying in-person instruction for at least three weeks, and a lot of parents are very unhappy about it.

Frisco school trustees met yesterday to show its plans for virtual learning only.

But, while some parents are okay with that, dozens pushed back hard yesterday saying they feel as if their children's education suffered at the end of the last school year when all instruction was online only in the early days of the Coronavirus outbreak. 

The Frisco school district Website has published responses to the question of whether parents preferred in-class learning compared to online. It shows that nearly 47% prefer to have their kids educated on campus compared to about 44% who opt for virtual learning