“Remote students, nuclear program & buying Slack”- Narrative Intelligence Report
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Spotlight Trend: Remote students
“Remote students” emerged as a top narrative from news sources today. This phrase has been a dominant topic among news outlets since the initial outbreak of COVID-19, but it is gaining even further traction in recent hours in part because of a New York Times article. Since then, the phrase has been circulated in other national publications such as USA Today, The Washington Post, and the New York Post, as well as regional publications like the Houston Chronicle and the Boston Herald.
“Remote students” covers the continuing strain of remote learning on educational institutions across the country. Students, teachers and parents are having to gradually adjust to improvised classrooms and unconventional learning spaces in a period when the traditional classroom is, for the time being, unavailable due to local and regional mandates in response to coronavirus.
Below is our amplification graph of this trend.
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