How Covid-19 Changed Students' High School Experience

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How Covid-19 Changed Students' High School Experience

For the longest time, we were such into the custom of going to work or school every day. But with COVID-19, that changed everything, with people losing jobs, and students have to learn at home. It's challenging for grade 12 students both this and last year because they didn't get the high school experience they were hoping for or typical graduation. As well university students also have to learn from remote learning and can't learn hands-on experience because of Covid-19. It's hard for a lot of students to learn because they need the hands-on experience   

In this episode of In Focus by U Multicultural host Mark Aaron sat down with a former Winnipeg high school student. In her first year, she is in college at Humber College in Toronto but can't learn to go to Toronto because of the COVID-19.

Zoeline Bonnee graduated last year from Collège Béliveau . She didn't get to see her friend or get to graduate with her full class. Schools have cancelled all sports teams as well. Zoeline also wanted to study in Toronto at Humber College to learn more about the film industry. But she couldn't go to school there because of classroom restrictions, and there's only one person in a class, so she decided to stay in Winnipeg and learn through zoom online. Hopefully, once COVID-19 lightens up, she can move to Toronto and learn and get a better experience there.

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Video Upload Date: March 26, 2021

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