From smaller class sizes to health and safety measures, here's what to expect.
As the most unusual school year in modern history comes to a close, educators are contemplating what the future (and even next semester) will look like.
The good news for parents across the country, who have been homeschooling while juggling work, is that schools and real estate are not going anywhere. But there is no doubt that education post-COVID will look different.
Last week, Dallas ISD superintendent Michael Hinojosa said he’s “75 percent confident” that there will be a return to classes in the fall, with a combination of blended learning between at-home and on-campus. Many other North Texas school districts, private schools, and universities are considering the same.
So, what does this mean for the real estate side of education?