COVID relief helps students, teachers get ready for school days back in class

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Children across Georgia are counting down the remaining days of summer freedom as they prepare to head back to school for what parents and educators hope is a year free of pandemic interruptions.

Students in some of the state’s largest districts will be back at the bus stop Monday, Aug. 2, including Cobb, DeKalb, Clayton and Cherokee counties.

Teachers have long had to deal with summer brain drain in a typical year as children return from a vacation more likely to include swimming lessons and late-night video game sessions than times tables and phonics drills.

But this year could be especially critical for returning students as teachers work to measure and overcome the learning loss following a school year and a half characterized by quarantines and abrupt switches to digital learning.

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